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How Much Do You Know About Getting Older?

Getting older is inevitable, what's not inevitable is how much knowledge you can accrue about the aging process! Do you think you know your stuff when it comes to aging? Take these 12 questions and find out!
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True or false: As you get older you may take more antacid.
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True or false: Achy joints are a very real part of getting older.
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True or false: As we get older, we have a more difficult time hearing, especially the voices of women and kids.
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True or false: As we age we lose all desire to have sex.
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True or false: It has been scientifically proven that we lose height as we grow older.
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What might get bigger as you get older?
Your ears
Your nose
Your chin

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True or false: As we age, we're more prone to constipation.
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Which of these culprits is most likely to cause wrinkles?
Weight gain
Loss of proteins that firm skin
Weakening facial muscles

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True or false: As we age, both men and women are lucky enough to gain lots of unwanted hair.
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True or false: Getting older means that you don't need as much sleep.
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False

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True or false: According to several studies, as we get older we become more optimistic and less prone to depression.
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True or false: Bladder leaks and accidents are a part of getting older.
True
False

C+, Aging Agile

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The aging process can be a scary and mystifying thing, but luckily you know the basics! You are truly aging agile. While you might not know everything there is to know about getting older, you’re quite comfortable when it comes to the facts that matter. We think you’ll age gracefully!

B+, Aging Ace

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The aging process isn’t always easy to understand. Luckily you’re an ace when it comes to the aging process. Getting older doesn’t scare you because you know exactly what it entails. From the positives to the negatives, you know more than just the basics when it comes to aging. Well done!

A+, Aging Amazing

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While aging might scare some, it fascinates you. You’re aging amazing! Getting older doesn’t strike fear into your heart, in fact, you want to know all there is to know about growing old. From the positives (wisdom and happiness) to the negatives (creaky knees) you know that aging is inevitable. Embracing the process will only lead you to contentment and happiness!
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1
True or false: As you get older you may take more antacid.
True
False
2
True or false: Achy joints are a very real part of getting older.
True
False
3
True or false: As we get older, we have a more difficult time hearing, especially the voices of women and kids.
True
False
4
True or false: As we age we lose all desire to have sex.
True
False
5
True or false: It has been scientifically proven that we lose height as we grow older.
True
False
6
What might get bigger as you get older?
Your ears
Your nose
Your chin
7
True or false: As we age, we're more prone to constipation.
True
False
8
Which of these culprits is most likely to cause wrinkles?
Weight gain
Loss of proteins that firm skin
Weakening facial muscles
9
True or false: As we age, both men and women are lucky enough to gain lots of unwanted hair.
True
False
10
True or false: Getting older means that you don't need as much sleep.
True
False
11
True or false: According to several studies, as we get older we become more optimistic and less prone to depression.
True
False
12
True or false: Bladder leaks and accidents are a part of getting older.
True
False

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