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  • Middle-aged Brits are unhealthier than ever
  • Middle-aged Brits are unhealthier than ever
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Middle-aged Brits are unhealthier than ever

Middle-aged Brits are either overweight, drinking too much or not exercising enough, say government experts. In fact, around eight in ten adults aged between 40 and 60 are ‘dangerously unhealthy’ because of increasingly pressured lives and detrimental desk jobs.

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