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Seeing fewer older people in the street may lead low-income adults to fast-track their lives
Why do people in deprived areas live life in the fast lane? It may be because of the age of people they observe in the street, according to a new study by Daniel Nettle and colleagues from Newcastle University in the UK. ...
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