Parker conducted a national survey to gauge changing perceptions around aging in America.
What we discovered may surprise you!
of those surveyed do not fear or worry
of survey participants feel that 80 is not too old to serve in government, run a marathon, or be CEO of a Fortune 500 company
of Americans do not consider people in their
50s or 60s to be "old"
People at any age, are defying stereotypes
and misconceptions about aging,
just by being themselves
Lucy is the life of the party and Laurie leads it for Lucy and her friends
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