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Aging in America
One of the many wild medical pursuits in Silicon Valley is the effort to slow down the aging process. Sajad Zalzala is trying to make it a reality.
Many retiring boomers want to have fun and all of their spending is having a big impact on the travel industry.
America’s graying population means big opportunity for some major corporations. Dominic Chu has the names investors need to watch.
While the health insurance industry adjusts the costs to consumers in the second year of the Affordable Care Act, we continue our four part series called “Aging in America.” In part two tonight we look at the impact of what a rapidly aging population would have on the U.S. health care system.
With thousands of American workers putting in their retirement papers every day, we are kicking off a four part series called Aging in America. We begin part one with a look at the impact of what an aging population along with an older workforce, would have on the U.S. economy.