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The admonition to "act your age" is becoming increasingly difficult to pin down. And more than a few people are glad to see this change as they discover that maturity doesn't have to mean decline, inactivity, or poor health.

"Perpetual middle age—or spiritual renewal?" in this week's Sentinel refers to a study that shows nearly half of all the people between the ages of 66 and 75 who were interviewed consider themselves to be "middle aged."

September 30, 1991
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