Fact-Checking The Future Of Aging In America


Dr. Rhonda Randall, geriatrician and Chief Medical Officer, UnitedHealthcare Medicare and Retirement
Fernando Torres-Gil, professor of social welfare and public policy, University of California, Los Angeles

Overall, baby boomers are optimistic about their health and future, according to a 2012 survey by The National Council on Aging, United Health Care and USA Today. But many are unsure about how to pay for long-term care, medical bills and other health costs.



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