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Next Avenue Answers Your Questions

Read the answers to past questions and submit new ones


For the past year, Next Avenue has regularly asked you, our readers, what questions you have about various aspects of life as we get older. We’ve been so grateful to have you share these pressing questions with us, and we have answered your questions in articles, Facebook Live events and webinars. In the interest of learning more about our readers’ changing interests and curiosities, we have decided to put an open question for you on our site that we’ll routinely visit and use as a source for stories:

What do you wonder about that you’d like us to investigate?

Here’s a round-up of all the stories we’ve written based on your questions so far:

We Answer: How Much Sex Are Older Adults Having?

Answers to the Most Common Questions About Reverse Mortgages

Probates, Wills, Executors: Your Estate Planning Questions Answered

Medicare, Medicaid and Long-term Care: Your Questions Answered

We Answer Your Questions About Learning Music After 50

Answers to Questions About Aging in Place

Answers to Your Questions About Grandparenting 

Advice on Using Home Equity for Aging in Place

We welcome the opportunity to reflect the many questions and concerns of our readers in our reporting. Thank you for contributing to this line of reporting, and please don’t hesitate to let us know how we’re doing.

By Shayla Thiel Stern
Shayla leads the editorial team and content strategy as the Director of Editorial and Content for Next Avenue at Twin Cities PBS. She has spent a career in digital media journalism and digital strategy at organizations including washingtonpost.comEdmunds.comCars.com and Fast Horse, and worked as a consultant for several years. She also was a media professor at the University of Minnesota and DePaul University and  has a Ph.D. in Mass Communication. She can be reached at [email protected].@shayla_stern

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