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Physical impairment common in middle age and often progresses to further decline or death

19:00 EST 12 Nov 2017 | AAAS

(American College of Physicians) A study of middle-aged adults found that functional impairment, or difficulty performing basic daily activities, was common among the cohort and often progressed to further physical decline or death over 10 years' follow up. These findings challenge the notion that functional impairment is temporary in middle age and suggest a need for early intervention.

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