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The new-aging

Until the last century, aging was seen as  weakening and flattening. Individuals over-50 (and especially over-60) were “miniaturised” and placed in a category with few differentiations.

Today we know that aging is a diversified phenomenon , in which adaptation plays an important role. We are starting to see it as a maturing process and as an evolution of adulthood. We are going to rewrite the rules of aging.