Retire at 70?
Jean Setzfand, AARP Senior VP of Programs
Your 65th birthday used to mean your working days were over and the life of leisure began. But for millions, retiring at that age may not be financially possible. Nearly 20 percent of people age 65+ are still working full or part time. And that number is expected to increase. We ask AARP's Jean Setzfand why are so many seniors are still on the job and why that's not all bad.
Jewelry for Safety
Yasmine Mustafa, Roar For Good Co-Founder & CEO
Anthony Gold , Roar For Good Co-Founder & CEO
It's the size of a pendant, and it looks like a piece of jewelry. But if you're in danger, it can be a lifeline. After the neighbor of the co-founder was attacked, they created a company called Roar For Good. The result is "Athena", a wearable safety device. The co-founders explain how it works and how it can help keep more people safe.
Jacqui Gifford, Travel + Leisure
Sometimes your travel plans need than just an online flight search. While do-it-yourself booking has skyrocketed in the era of Expedia and Kayak, trips to an exotic locale or the logistics skills of a family reunion trip could require an expert. We ask Travel + Leisure's Jacqui Gifford when the wisdom of a travel agent could be valuable.
Andrea Day, reporter
Do you know what's in your makeup? Similar to the growth of organic foods, more consumers are demanding natural cosmetics. Are some ingredients healthier or less likely to irritate skin? What chemicals are used in certain products? Reporter Andrea Day takes a look at changes in the cosmetics business and if regulations are needed to define "natural".
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