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Health ‘wake-up call’ hits at 39

The average Brit is struck by a health wake-up call at the age of 39, a new study has shown. Researchers found the approach to the big 4-0 is the point when we really start to worry about the long-term health implications of the bad habits and poor diets from our younger years. Three quarters [...]


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Men give up on the way they look at 46 – women power through to 59

Men give up on the way they look at the age of just 46 – while women keep up appearances for over a decade longer, it has been revealed. Declining health, lack of physical fitness and not being bothered about trends or what’s deemed ‘cool’ were the biggest factors for blokes giving up. But women [...]


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‘Middle age’ now begins at 53

Brits don’t actually hit ‘middle age’ until they turn 53, research has shown. A lifestyle study of 2,000 men and women found attitudes towards hitting the middle of our years are rapidly changing. Rising life expectancy and healthier lifestyles mean the average person now feels it’s not until well into our fifties that we begin [...]


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Taking slippers to a friend’s house and saying ‘back in my day’ – the signs you’re approaching OAP

Experts have unveiled the 50 most dreaded signs of ageing – which include taking slippers to friends’ houses, using the phrase ‘in my day’ and groaning whilst bending down. Researchers, who polled 2,000 adults of all ages, also placed losing head hair (but gaining it elsewhere) and switching from Radio 1 to Radio 2 on [...]


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Fountain of Youth- the 40 secrets to feeling young

Owning an iPhone, watching reality television and beating younger relatives at games are just some of the secrets to keeping young, research has shown. Keeping up with technology by surfing the web, spending time with the grandchildren and catching the eye of someone younger were also amongst the list of things that made the more [...]


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A Good Innings- Average Brit aspires to live to 83 years old

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The average Brit now wants to live until the age of 83, as a study has found that the majority of us would be grateful to reach our early eighties, with any time after that being hailed as ‘a bonus’. The study of 2000 Brits found most of us would rather pass away long before [...]


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All Grown Up

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Having a mortgage, owning a ‘best’ crockery set and being able to bleed a radiator are just some of the signs of being a ‘Grown Up’, it has been revealed. The findings emerged in a study of 2,000 people, which uncovers the 50 things which show you have become a fully-fledged adult. No longer relying on [...]


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Prime Time

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British women are in their prime at the age of 35, it was revealed yesterday. Researchers found after years of experimenting with different styles and looks, the mid thirties bring new found confidence in their style and image. The report also revealed one in three women grow more comfortable with their appearance the older they get, [...]


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Slipping Life Goals

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The average British adult is up to 19 years behind schedule with their ‘life plan’, it was revealed yesterday. Researchers found millions of people have struggled to tick off some or all of the significant milestones such as owning a house, getting married and starting a family. Most cite a low level of disposable income, [...]


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