1. Age discrimination could have a negative impact on people's physical health  The Independent
  2. Ageism may increase people's risk of ill-health, study finds  The Guardian
  3. Middle-aged treated like 'second class citizens', with 25 per cent of over-50's poorly treated in shops and hospitals  The Telegraph
  4. One in four over-50s say they are victims of ageism in stores, restaurants and hospitals  Daily Mail
  5. Age discrimination is rife in Britain, UCL study finds, as one in four over 50s report being unfairly treated  The Telegraph
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It is no surprise that age discrimination negatively affects people's mental health but, according to new research, it could be having an impact on physical health too. It is no surprise that age discrimination negatively affects people's mental health but, according to new research, it could be having an impact on physical health too. 

Age discrimination could have a negative impact on people's physical health | The Independent

Age discrimination is rife in Britain according to a new UCL study which shows that one in four over 50s report being unfairly treated in shops, restaurants and hospitals.Age discrimination is rife in Britain according to a new UCL study which shows that one in four over 50s report being unfairly treated in shops, restaurants and hospitals.

Age discrimination is rife in Britain, UCL study finds, as one in four over 50s report being unfairly treated

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