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.
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.