Science of Getting Old

It’s a fact: Nobody lives forever.  Aging is unavoidable.  But what actually happens when you age?  Why does your hair go grey?  Why does your skin wrinkle?

Bestmswprograms.com has created an infographic entitled “The Science of Getting Old”, which details the reasons behind the most common signs of aging.

Science of Getting Old

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