A Whole-Body Approach to Arresting Premature Aging

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AGING
WOMEN -- Diseases
BONE density
WOMEN -- Health & hygiene
OLDER people -- Health & hygiene

Abstract:The article responds to a query about premature aging. A healthy 55-year-old woman had a bone density test. The doctor told her that she has the "spine of a 70-year-old woman." The reader asks there are other tests that she should consider taking or strategies that she can pursue to arrest premature aging. The article presents a whole-body approach to arresting premature aging

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