difference between normal aging and pathological aging
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1. What is the difference between normal aging and pathological aging? Select one biological internal system and briefly discuss normal structural and functional changes that occur with age. What are diseases or malfunctions that can increase the aging process? How can the aging of these systems be slowed?
2 How does aging affect a person’s sensory organs? How can this change affect the quality of life of older adults? What measures can be taken to mediate the effect of age related loss and improve the quality of life?
3. Active Life expectancy is defined as “The measure of the number of years a person can expect to live without a disability”. Men have active life expectancy of 60 years and women have active live expectancy of 58. What do you think people can do to improve their active life expectancy? Be specific in your answer. You should include answers to this question presented in Chapters 6 and 7 (optimal aging) as well as your own ideas.