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Dina Parise was the first woman to hold the title
Dealing with hearing loss in a youth-obsessed culture
Touch football brings friends of all ages together
How things changed between us
Coming to Terms With My Turkey Neck
I'm Now the Oldest Person in My Office
71-Year-Old Attempts Hiking Triple Crown
I Took Up Improv in My 50s
Finding Love Later in Life Is Possible
The 6 Words That Can Break a Parent’s Heart
How to Smooth Out Chest Wrinkles
They Lost Their Jobs for Being Too Old
Should You Be Allowed to Change Your Age?
Tips for Going Back to College
Help! I'm Reaching for Tweezers Every Day
Sexual Assault: Why I Never Reported Him
“Too Old” for the Career You Love? Oh Hell No!
Deemed “too old” by the industry, actress and comic Mariann Aalda reclaims the career she loves and empowers women of all ages to snap out of society’s trance
Life Cycles: One Family’s Coming of Age Tradition
A coming-of-age family story that began with Lorne Garrettson taking his 9-year old daughter out for a 50-mile bike ride has become a family tradition. Now, at 82, Garretson is taking his last ride with his youngest grandchild.
This Woman Breaks a NASA Record!
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson became the oldest woman in space, adding to her long list of barrier-breaking records. Whitson, 56, rocketed off the planet, headed for the international space station, where she'll celebrate her 57th birthday in February.
Millennials Show Us What ‘Old’ Looks Like
What age do you consider to be old? We posed that question to millennials and asked them to show us what 'old' looks like.
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