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Middle-aged Americans are stressed and struggle with physical and mental health – other nations do better

By Frank J. Infurna, Associate Professor of Psychology, Arizona State University
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Midlife was once considered a time to enjoy the fruits of one’s years of work and parenting. That is no longer true in the U.S.

Deaths of despair and chronic pain among middle-aged adults have been increasing for the past decade. Today’s middle-aged adults – ages 40 to 65 – report more daily stress and poorer physical health…

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