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Age 62 Mortality Rates…A Frightening Thought?

The results of a study by Maria D. Fitzpatrick of Cornell University and Timothy J. Moore of the University of Melbourne have suggested that there may be a connection between early retirement for men and an upswing in mortality rates. Their study, summarized in a article, submits that The bottom line, says Fitzpatrick, is that the retirement “may be bad for the health of men, particularly for men who retire at the relatively early age of 62.” Being cognizant of the information that leads to the conclusions drawn from this study might be helpful to reversing this statistical trend. Read the article here…


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