Middle-age men and women who do not excercise and eat nutritious, healthy meals are high at risk for obesity. When you are younger, it is much easier to drop a few pounds, and when you get older, your body's food intake usually decreases.
Before age 60, men are more likely to have heart attacks than women are. After age 60, the risk is equal among men and women. Age-Risk is higher in men who are 45 years of age and older and women who are 55 years of age and older
A person of any age can have a heart attack, it is just more likely if you are an adult.
No. Older women are more likely to have Down Syndrome babies. The risk is highest after age 35.
No. Because they are playing other kids their age.
Males 15 to 35 years of age are most at risk.
Yep the older you are the greater the risk
Yes but depending on your age and the risk you are willin to take
People over the age of 60 are more likely than younger people to develop bedsores. Risk is also increased by: atherosclerosis.diabetes.heart problems.incontinence.malnutrition.anemia.
Immunocompromised and elderly (>50 years of age) patients are at an increased risk for developing more severe syndromes;
Up to the age of 50, more men suffer from fractures than women due to occupational hazards. However, after the age of 50, women are more prone to fractures than men
Not any more than any other profession or age group.
Very rare, although I hear females around the age of 13-17 are more at risk.