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The economic depression has affected us all, but it has been particularly stressful for caregivers, whose financial resources are usually stretched thin, even in the best of times.
Baby boomers have been redefining many aspects of aging - they don't want to be called "Grandma," they want to keep working past age 65, and they want to stay fit as they age.
Medical advances and long life expectations have changed peoples' expectations of what their retirement age will be.
Massachusetts may soon create a license plate that would raise money for the services that the aging baby boomer generation will need in coming years, The Boston Globe reports.
According to The Sacremento Bee, recent studies have shown that a large portion of the aging public is in denial about the potential need for long-term care.
The tumultuous economy has left many adults feeling insecure about where to stash their savings.