Better life better health - lifestyle and diet for a healthy future

Mander, Tony
December 2012
Menopause International;Dec2012, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p123
Academic Journal
The author discusses the increase in life expectancy of people by five-hours per day in Great Britain and postmenopausal women live beyond 80-years of age. The author mentions that one in three women suffer from osteoporotic fractures, Alzheimer's disease and severe sarcopenia. The author highlights that progressions of these diseases can be delayed by adoption of appropriate health and lifestyle.


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