- adj. changing (increasing or decreasing) as an individual's age increases
“Two people familiar with the results said the data show monthly injections of Lucentis and Avastin have similar efficacy in delaying blindness among patients with the disease called age-related wet macular degeneration.”
“In his later years, a condition known as age-related macular degeneration began to steal the sight of his good eye.”
“Prejudice and discrimination against those perceived to have HIV and AIDS persist, and age-related stigma runs deep.”
“Given that the cortex becomes thinner as an inevitable age-related phenomenon, could meditation act to buffer the effects of age-related cortical thinning?”
“And the jury is also still out on the implications that this may have on age-related cognitive decline.”
“As the authors stated, Exercise training increased hippocampal volume by two percent, effectively reversing age-related loss in volume by one to two years.”
“Lucentis, which is already on the market to treat age-related vision impairments, is one of Novartis's fastest growing drugs, with sales rising more than 20% in the third quarter.”
“The drugs are both shown to halt the progression and improve the vision of patients with wet age-related macular degeneration, which causes vision loss and affects 1.5 million Americans.”
“Our results suggest that management of metabolic syndrome may help slow down age-related memory loss, or delay the onset of dementia.”
“The tissue guard shows some age-related tanning, with slight offsetting to the title-page light tanning to endpapers, half-title, page edges; light wear to the spine ends, light wear to the title label, a small buckle to the cloth on the upper left of the back cover, some light fading, tanning to the spine and cover margins.”
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