Sagging breasts, a wrinkly face, thread veins and thinning hair.
They all sound like signs of aging that women in their 70s might be worrying about.
But apparently we all begin to fret about theses physical quandaries much, much, much earlier than that: at the age of just 29.
Yes, a woman's battle to grow old gracefully begins at the end of her twenties, according to new research.
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