Health & Fitness

May 31, 2011 12:00 AM

Digital health magazine aimed at boomers

Carolyn Worthington is betting aging baby boomers are talking Internet-speak. While people 65-plus still make up less than 10 percent of active Internet users, their numbers are on the rise.

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