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NPR's Ina Jaffe To Keynote 'Positive Aging' Conference Tuesday

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With a generation of aging Baby Boomers, there's fertile ground for news stories. That's where NPR's Ina Jaffe comes in.  She is NPR's national correspondent, covering the aging beat and its myriad subjects from housing to technology to age discrimination.  

Recently, she did a story on brain training for NPR and shed a light on Green House homes, an alternative to traditional nursing where the focus is on home, rather than "nursing."  Tomorrow night she will deliver the keynote address at the Seventh Annual International Conference on Positive Aging at the Hyatt Regency in Sarasota.  

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