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aged

(ajd) (a'jed)
1. To have grown older or more mature.
2. Persons who have grown old. See: aging

Patient discussion about aged

Q. I would like to know the best age for pregnancy? Hi I am Deontae; I got married before 1 year. I and my wife planned to have a baby after 3 years. But now she is 25. I would like to know the best age for pregnancy? Which will help us to change our plan?

A. actually there is no best age for pregnancy (as far as i know), but some studies and research had shown that after 35 years old, a pregnancy is categorized as high risk, because there are some abnormalities and labor complication that are tend to happened (statistically) along with the increase of mother's age (such as: down syndrome, genetic disorder, post-partum bleeding, miscarriage, etc.)

so if your wife is now 25, i think you guys still have another 5-10 years to "accomplish" your family plan, hehehe...
Good luck, and stay healthy always..

Q. when is the most common age to get any kind of cancer? is there is such age?

A. no, not really. but i guess the older you get the older something can pop out. the cells are dividing and multiplying all of our life, and cancer can occur because of mutation happened in the cells.

Q. Does eyesight always decrease with age? I am 45 years old and never had glasses. All my friends are starting to wear reading glasses. Should I expect this too?

A. This is what usually happens; your eyesight deteriorates as you get older. Here is a link to a few things you can do in order to protect your eyesight:
http://www.nia.nih.gov/HealthInformation/Publications/eyes.htm

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Echoing In Praise of Blandness by Francois Jullien, a French Sinologist, the critical framework of Blandness, Agedness and Oblivion derives from a nuanced reinterpretation of "The Gentian has a parched Corolla-" (Fr1458/i877), a poem often cited as a reflection of Dickinson's entire poetic career.
changed her size and shape, throwing away her agedness, and beauty drifted all around her and a lovely fragrance from her perfumed veils spread about and a brightness from the immortal flesh of the goddess shone far away and her blond hair fell to her shoulders and the sturdy house was filled with light like lightening.
Clarke-skewers the phony imagery in ads for anti-aging cosmetics, noting their battle metaphors: youthfulness is victorious, "while agedness is beaten down into submission" and pushed to the bottom of the social hierarchy.
(5) Correlatively, "the strife of earth and world" is also something that I think is singularly important in understanding the aesthetic experience of antiques--namely, that their "age," their historicality, is not an abstraction merely thought about them (an intellectual identification or classification of their epoch, of the time and place of their origin and function) but is a quality sensuously experienced in them, embodied in indicators of agedness on the object (wear, patina, etc.) that the object has lived through time, "lived past" its time and "come down" in its material remains to us.