Fighting back against ageism

Recent studies have found that over 93% of adults between 50 and 80 experience ageism, which can have negative health effects; people who have an upbeat take on getting older actually live longer. Correspondent Susan Spencer talks with Ashton Applewhite, author of “This Chair Rocks,” about raising awareness of ageism; and with scholars who discuss the benefits of rejecting social cues that insult growing older.

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