Behavior: Still Sexy After 60

The kids are gone. The house is empty. You know the moves. What better time to prove that you're ...

They are not yet eligible for Social Security or Medicare, but you can tell from their sagging chins, receding hairlines and growing paunches that they are on the verge of major changes in mind and body. Yes, America's 77 million baby boomers are coming of age--old age. In two years the first offspring of the post--World War II generation (born from 1946 to 1964) will turn 60. What will that mean for the sons and daughters of the Age of Aquarius? Will passion diminish? Will performance decline or (gasp!) wither away?

Well, kids, take it from someone who has collected...

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