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According to Reuters, people who leave education with fewer qualifications are prone to age more quickly, scientists said on Wednesday. Researchers from Britain and the United States examined the length of sections of DNA known as telomeres from around 450 people taking part in a long-term health study and found that people who did less well at school had shorter telomeres, suggesting they may age faster…
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