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Today’s youth are aging faster, new research reveals

People born in 1965 or later are 17 percent more likely to experience premature aging than those born between 1950 and 1954.
Dawn Health Reporter

Washington: A new study has revealed that today’s youth are moving towards old age at a faster rate, which has increased the risk of developing cancer.

According to media reports, researchers found that people born in 1965 or later were 17 percent more likely to experience premature aging than those born between 1950 and 1954.
The team of researchers analyzed blood data from 149,000 people. The results found that premature aging is associated with an increased risk of certain cancers among adults under the age of 55.

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