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Midway through the list, an author coins the term amortality to describe how people today try "to live in the same way, at the same pitch, doing and consuming much the same things, from late teens right up until death."
Slate Magazine 2009
The search for my own "amortality" takes me to a small clinic in a town in Oxfordshire.
How to look younger? longer Lucy Cavendish 2010
TIME magazine reported that "amortality" is one of the "cites a professor of aging who called the promotion of longevity" the second-oldest profession. "
And amortality promises benefits as well as perils.
You have significant immunity to amortality and are unimpressed by many of its manifestations.
That's why people who's about my age (mid-50s) are battling the discrimination process with amortality, which term was coined by Catherine Mayer, who wrote a Time article on the same subject on March 12, 2009.
unknown title 2009
"You may not have heard of amortality before - mainly because I've just coined the term."
Mordechai Torczyner of The Rebbetzin's Husband shares a new perspective on life and aging called "amortality."
What War Zone??? 2009
The defining characteristic of amortality is to live in the same way, at the same pitch, doing and consuming much the same things, from late teens right up until death. "