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Tackling ageing may be best way to prevent multiple chronic conditions from developing in older people

By Janet M. Lord, Professor of Immune Cell Biology, University of Birmingham
Carolyn Greig, Professor of Musculoskeletal Ageing and Health, University of Birmingham
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Over half of UK adults over the age of 65 live with two or more long-term health conditions – commonly known as multimorbidity. People living with multimorbidity not only have a shorter life expectancy, but they may also experience poorer physical and mental health.

Crucially, over half of GP consultations and hospital appointments involve patients…The Conversation


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