The executive body

Stipp, David
January 2002
Fortune;1/7/2002, Vol. 145 Issue 1, p44
Introduces several articles concerning how to stay fit and healthy in middle age. How the Baby Boom generation has searched for ways to sustain their bodies throughout middle age; Life expectancy of the Baby Boom generation; Decreased risks of heart disease, lung cancer, and diabetes, especially among college educated people.


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