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Synonyms for aging

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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These are truly revolutionary results that can change lives of millions of aging women", said Professor Eugene Maevsky, Deputy Director of the Institute of Theoretical and Experimental Biophysics, which is part of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The result has revealed a deep link between cancer and aging. Cancer depends on over-enthusiastic cell replication, whereas replication typically dwindles during aging.
The only way to keep or raise the living standard on the back of aging population is to raise productivity.
Growth Hormone first synthesized in 1985 under the Reagan Orphan drug act, to treat dwarfism, was quickly recognized to stop aging in its tracks and reverse it to a remarkable degree.
"Aging in place" is a commonly used term in the senior living industry today.
Thus, the aging Mexican-American male struggles to redefine his role within the family.
The annual ASA-National Council on the Aging joint meeting brings together thousands of professionals to share information on new research findings.
The aging process includes primary aging, the irreversible changes that occur over time, and secondary aging, the changes caused by particular conditions or illnesses correlated with aging (the incidence of chronic illness increases significantly with age).
Although aging is a risky business, growing older can be a positive and healthy experience.
For example, while she accepts some of the emphasis Peter Laslett placed on twentieth-century demographic change, she finds that old age became viewed as a social problem well before the demographic aging of the English population.
Our findings are consistent with those of previous studies of other organ systems and indicate that there is a need for further study of free-radical damage and the effects of aging on the human larynx and on voice production.
But aging is no physical necessity, nor is it an accident; it is a part of life's developmental program, following birth, growth, maturation, and reproduction as night follows day.
Certain aspects of aging are no fun whatsoever and anyone who is familiar with the territory is familiar with the frustration.
* CPA ELDERCARE SERVICES IS A RESPONSE to the changing needs of an aging population.
vulnerable to aging. The age resistance of the cured blends can be