age-proof

age-proof

adj
not adversely affected by a person's age: an age-proof career.
vb
(tr) to make (something) age-proof
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Studies have found a link between a lower risk of cataracts and eating foods rich in vitamin E (wholegrains, nuts and eggs) and C Tips to help age-proof your eyes (oranges and kiwi fruit).
Numerous case examples highlight methods of service integration and the role of social workers who promote age-proof individualized care coordination within communities and service systems.
Here are our top tips on how to age-proof your make-up by banishing offending items from your make-up bag, and introducing some new, up-to-date ones.
A Lifelong Guide to Sharper Thinking, Better Memory, and an Age-Proof Mind by Richard Leviton
Age-proof European heavyweight champion Matt Skelton is 2-9 to add the Commonwealth strap when he clashes with Prizefighter winner Martin Rogan.
For the Kids' draw, the age-proof of the winner (under-16) has to be furnished to claim the prize.
Age-Proof Your Body is an appealing blend of nutrition advice plus life guidance.
Meaning Really Matters: The MetLife Study on How Purpose is Recession-Proof and Age-Proof," is a follow-up to 2009's "Discovering What Matters," which looked at the 45- to 74-year-old group only.
So to age-proof your sex life we have to put a little bit of mystery back to ensure it doesn't become predictable.
Anderson Cancer Center researchers have said that to age-proof her health, a woman must set health goals for every stage of life.
Part of Murad's Age-Proof Suncare line, Waterproof Sunblock SPF 30 prevents signs of premature aging caused by environmental exposure, perfect for baseball players who are consistently exposed to sun damage during team practice and scheduled games.