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Gerontologist Ken Dychtwald Reflects on His Own Aging Process

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 (Courtesy Ken Dychtwald)

A longtime expert on aging and its related issues, gerontologist Ken Dychtwald says he now finds himself confronting the aging process firsthand after turning 65. Dychtwald is the founder of Age Wave, a company focused on the Baby Boomer generation. We talk to the Bay Area resident about getting older and his predictions for a world where living to age 100 is commonplace. But first, we’ll get a quick update on China’s stock market crash and its worldwide effects.


Ken Dychtwald, psychologist, gerontologist and president and CEO of Age Wave, an organization that focuses on studying population aging and its business, social, health care and cultural implications

Oliver Renick, reporter, Bloomberg News


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