Age Change

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Age Change

The date on which a person's age, for insurance purposes, changes. In most life insurance contracts, the age change is the date midway between the insured's natural birth date from one year to the next; health insurers often use the age of the previous birth date for insurance rate determinations.
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Age changes our relationship with time: as the years go by our future shortens, while our past grows heavier.
In addition, Maiano, Ninot, and Bilard (2004) investigated age changes in physical self-concept of 11- to 16-year-old adolescents and found an age effect on global self-esteem, physical self-worth, and body attractiveness but not on perceived sport competence, physical condition, and strength.
My primary care doctor is unconcerned and has stated that these are normal age changes.
This month marks the start of a two year countdown to state pension age changes for women, which sees the state pension age for women start to gradually rise from 60 to 65 from 6th April 2010.
The report was published to mark the start of a two-year countdown to state pension age changes for women which will see the state pension age start to gradually rise from 60 to 65 from 2010.
The report marked the start of a two-year countdown to women's pension age changes.
This means that while they may seem as fit as a fiddle, exercise should be scaled back as old age changes begin to be noticed.
The book introduces readers to the seven families of North American shorebirds, details current threats to shorebird populations, and outlines plumage patterns, molting, and age changes.
Information age changes, like developing a model learning organization, start with and are the products of leadership support.
There were no age changes among the major-league players, Dodgers officials said, but nonroster invitee Angelo Encarnacion gained four years in a month.
She added: "Every girl of my age changes, learns about things and tries things out.
Today's information age changes the way thieves commit crimes.