midlife


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mid·life

 (mĭd′līf′)
n. pl. mid·lives (-līvz′)

mid′life′ adj.

midlife

(ˈmɪdˌlaɪf)
adj
of or relating to middle age; of the period of life between about 40 and 60
n
the period of life between about 40 and 60

mid′dle age′


n.
the period of human life between youth and old age, usu. considered as the years between 45 and 65.
[1350–1400]
mid′dle-aged′ (eɪgd) adj.
Translations

midlife

[ˈmɪdˌlaɪf] CPD midlife crisis Ncrisis f inv de los cuarenta

midlife

adj de mediana edad; n mediana edad
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"Our results suggest that one's blood pressure during midlife may influence how blood pressure later in life relates to dementia risk.
Walker, Ph.D., from Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, and colleagues enrolled 4,761 adults during midlife (1987 to 1989) and followed them over six visits (through 2016 to 2017).
'This is not how I imagined my life at midlife,' my mom, who is 61, tells me.
Doesn't mean I'm suffering from midlife, does it?Mood swings: You need to drive in Nairobi to experience mood swings.
For the past half-century--since the phrase "midlife crisis" emerged into the popular lexicon in the mid-1960s--midlife was defined as 45 to 65 years of age.
The recent resilience of both young and midlife aircraft values has translated into relatively low impairment levels over the last several years.
The poll, carried out by pension specialist Portafina, asked the public to rate the top signs of a midlife crisis - and having an affair (42%) and splitting with a long-term partner (34%) rated highly.
In the pages of "Midlife Maze: A Map to Recovery and Rediscovery after Loss", seasoned psychologist Janis Clark Johnston looks at the geography of loss in midlife, the way it can affect us, and what we can do to get back on track or redirect ourselves when necessary.
The participants were mostly men (80.2%), and their mean age at midlife assessment was 50 years.
Instead I opted for a midlife ear piercing, nipping out with a younger colleague at lunch intent on getting a fashionable little hoop at the top of my ear.
"The results suggested that even women with less education or more financial hardship reported less perceived stress over the midlife," Elizabeth Hedgeman, one of the researchers, said.