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Project Milwaukee: Wise Today, Well Tomorrow?
Americans expect to live longer, healthier lives than previous generations. Some adults are already staying active in the workplace and beyond, but, like most things, growing old gracefully is easier said than done. Staying healthy requires more than just quality medical care and social support; it also requires good financial health.
For the Project Milwaukee: Wise Today, Well Tomorrow? series, WUWM News and Lake Effect produced radio reports that examined: proactive steps people can take at any age to prepare their bodies, minds, and bank accounts for aging; the latest research on treating age-related conditions; efforts in the medical community to better coordinate patient care; and more.