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Baby Boomers / 60th Birthdays / Somers Interview #836798

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jul 09, 2006
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Atlanta: Tony Harris) Baby boomers turning 60 featured; photos shown of famous people with 60th birthdays this year; scenes shown of President Bush celebrating with US troops at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina. [BUSH – jokes.] [Sociologist Corey KEYES†- outlines the conception of turning 60.]

(Studio: Carol Lin) Report introduced.

(Studio: Fredricka Whitfield) Earlier interview with actress/author Suzanne Somers† about staying vital after age 60 presented. [SOMERS – comments on energy, hormonal balance, eating real food and her cancer; talks about her book “Ageless”; suggests letting go of old angers.]

Lin, Carol;
Harris, Tony;
Whitfield, Fredricka

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