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mid·life

(mid'līf)
Middle age.

midlife

(mĭd′līf)
Denoting (approximately) the ages from 35 to 55 years.
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Shifren is the president of NAMS and director of the Massachusetts General Midlife Women's Health Center in Boston, and Dr.
One of the obvious questions OUT: that these findings throw up is what, on earth, are adult, supposedly intelligent humans doing spending time, money and energy on trying to find out if a chimp suffers a midlife crisis?
Project Officer, Cath Mellor commented: "The MidLife Check is quick and easy to complete, just visit www.
Now, with up to 30 years of follow-up, researchers are evaluating how midlife blood pressure, body mass index, cholesterol levels, smoking, and physical activity might relate to late-life brain health.
This study is unique because we had a group of women who were on HT in midlife only and could look at their dementia risk over time, and we found a modest, protective association.
Lawyers at Midlife includes a resources section and easy-to-use worksheets that can help guide the reader through the planning process in a logical, pragmatic way.
From the suburbs of Connecticut to the gay urban center of West Hollywood and to the Palm Springs desert, the narrative trajectory alternates between the protagonist's adolescence, young adulthood, and midlife.
Being overweight in midlife increases the risk of dementia later on, according to a study.
Mildly elevated total serum cholesterol in midlife increases the risk of Alzheimer's disease and vascular dementia 30 years later, results of a large retrospective cohort study indicate.
A new study has found that high cholesterol levels in midlife significantly increase the risk of Alzheimer's disease 30 years later, even when those levels are moderate.
According to the latest research, people who are unmarried or not living with a partner in midlife could have an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
Boomer at Midlife is an original novel about Walter "Boomer" Stapleton, the quintessential baby boomer: divorced, middle-aged, tired of his job, in a relationship with a woman much younger than he is.