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We all know people who seem younger or older than the number of birthdays they’ve had. You’ll hear someone say, “She’s a young 80,” or “He looks 10 years older than he is.” That’s because chronological age—the number of years you have been alive—does not always correspond with physiological age, or how fast your body is aging.

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