After Words with Susan Jacoby
Ms. Jacoby explores what she calls the age-related myths of the health industry and American culture. she says these myths attempt to convince people that… read more
Ms. Jacoby explores what she calls the age-related myths of the health industry and American culture. she says these myths attempt to convince people that longevity can be bought. Baby Boomers, she says,need to distinguish between “marketing hype” and reality. She talks with AARP’s senior editor for state news Sylvia Smith. close
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Susan Jacoby Program Director Center for Inquiry-New York City
Sylvia Smith Editor AARP Bulletin->State News
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