CVS: How Ageism Impacts Your Health

Research shows that we absorb ageist stereotypes as early as three years old. And, by the time we reach an age society deems as “old,” we begin to accept them and often point those ageist arrows at ourselves.

We no longer have to be defined by a chronological number. We’ve added roughly 30 years to life expectancy, and those years don’t show up as more years of being frail. They show up as years in the middle of our lives.

Learn more about ageism’s pathways and how to mitigate their impact on your health:

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