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Working beyond normal retirement age appears to keep dementia at bay

Art gallery owner Donna Agnew (left) says, “I would like to slow down a little more, but the way things are, I am speeding up.’’ Art gallery owner Donna Agnew (left) says, “I would like to slow down a little more, but the way things are, I am speeding up.’’ (Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff)
By Kay Lazar
Globe Staff / July 27, 2009

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Donna Agnew loves her job, which is a good thing, because the way the economy is gasping, the 64-year-old Boston art gallery owner says she may not be able to afford retirement for the foreseeable future. (Full article: 950 words)

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