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Synonyms for ageing

growing old or older

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Synonyms for ageing

acquiring desirable qualities by being left undisturbed for some time

the organic process of growing older and showing the effects of increasing age

growing old

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Identifying the changes that occur at a cellular level due to these psychosocial factors allows us to understand the causes of these poor health conditions and possibly the overall aging process.
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Each process is supported with research, examples, and narratives that provide the reader with a better understanding of the aging process.
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Although the elderly were never as large a part of the medieval population as they are in the industrialized west, they were common enough that in the late Middle Ages laws were passed specifically to cover them, and the aging process could be used as a metaphor for the decay of the physical world.
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The lack of a clear understanding of the aging process poses a dilemma for health professionals.
Indeed, all are highly interactive, all effect the aging process.
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c] as the variable product reflecting chemical changes that occur during the aging process.