Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Boomer Chronicles

The trail finds Rhea writing today at the Boomer Chronicles.

Even if you’re not old enough to be a member of AARP, you probably know someone who takes prescription medicine.

It’s often cheaper to buy drugs from Canada than it is to buy the same drugs in the U.S. AARP has just launched a campaign to urge the U.S. Senate to support a bill to make it possible to purchase medications across borders.

She writes about midlife crisis on TV

The new television season is starting up, and baby boomers are front and central.

Four — count ‘em, four — new shows this television season feature the theme of midlife crisis. The stars with the problem are Ted Danson, Anne Heche, John Lithgow, James Woods and Jeffrey Tambor.

She writes about unions

Read about Ira Steward, a Boston machinist and the man who is regarded as the ‘father of the 8-hour day’.

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