middle age

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the time of life between youth and old age (e

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In any case, what the numbers indicate is that you will likely survive middle age even without trying.
Middle age is a state of mind and 68 is certainly not old.
The US census lists middle age as between 45 and 65 while an article published a couple of years ago says it has now shifted from 41 to 53.
Jenny Eclair, 55, is a self-confessed grump but reveals how HRT saved her from her anger issues and how she's now turning her razor-sharp wit on middle age in a new tour that starts in September.
Washington, June 5 ( ANI ): A new research has found that high blood pressure in middle age plays a critical role in whether blood pressure in old age may affect memory and thinking.
Researchers have identified a link between men being overweight or obese at age 18 and death from cancer later in life, even if they reduce their weigh during middle age.
A spokesman for the Department for Work and Pensions said: "All ages are affected by unemployment, including those in middle age and that is exactly why we are bringing in our new Work Programme which will provide tailored support for everyone who needs it, whatever their age, to get back into work.
Most books promote eliminating fat on top of abs: middle age is different though, and this book offers a different approach.
This was several hundred years ago and it is why the period is now known as the Middle Ages, because everyone died when they reached middle age.
In his play, As You Like It, Shakespeare describes his fifth or middle age as having a "fair, round belly, with eyes severe, full of wise saws and modern instances".
Men with no risk factors at all in middle age had a 55% chance of living and staying well beyond 85 years.
Middle age is a great re-arranger of assets; it's the wild card that no simple math can explain.
Being overweight or obese in middle age hikes a person's risk of severe heart and kidney problems later in life, even in people whose blood pressure is normal, two new studies show.
People who are overweight in middle age are 35 percent mere likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's or other dementia in later life, says a study of more than 10,000 members of the Kaiser Permanente medical care program who were followed for 20 to 30 years.
Most of the sun damage you see in middle age you got as a kid," she says.