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Posted on March 26, 2014 by Frank Whittington | 0 comments
Frog candy is anything new and exotic and slightly strange that has taken on the aura of “cool” and desirable. At least that’s what I’ve decided. And a quick Google search will confirm that frog candy has become ubiquitous. In that sense global gerontology is the frog candy of the second decade of 21st century aging. If you aren’t “global” in today’s gerontology, you aren’t on the cutting edge. Follow me, now: Aging is a universal human trait and a very...
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