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It may ignite some nervous laughter at a cocktail party. But few will suggest ageism doesn’t exist in North America.

     However, the problem is growing worse. We’re now being aged backward by our culture. For example, it’s not uncommon to be considered over-the-hill at 40. And worrying about wrinkles and Viagra is now a full-time occupation for many people.

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