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What’s Your Biological Age?
It’s confirmed: people age at radically different rates. In a study of 1,000 38-year-old adults, researchers measured physiological markers–such as blood pressure, organ function, metabolism, and length of telomeres–and found that the participants’ biological ages ranged from 28 to 61. There’s an easy way to tell if you’re aging faster than other folks your age. When people guessed the ages of study subjects just by looking at photos, biologically older participants were consistently thought to be older than 38. [Read more…] about Health & Wellness News Roundup–Biological Ages, Pizza Farms, the Problem With BMI, and More