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January 20, 2016

Mayo survey finds 30-somethings less optimistic about aging

By Rebecca McRoberts

Your outlook on getting older might depend on how old you are now. A new national survey by Mayo Clinic says the tail end of Generation X is the least optimistic of all—in fact, Americans in their 30s are the least likely to believe they will age better than their parents. The good news: Dr. John Wald, Mayo’s medical director for public affairs, thinks their pessimism is only a temporary issue.

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