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Many middle-aged workers face job problems due to physical frailty
by Madeline Kennedy
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24 January 2017
On 24 January 2017 Reuters reported:
Nearly a third of middle-aged workers suffer from some level of frailty, including fatigue, issues with walking, and other physical limitations that make them less able to hold a job, according to a UK study. Frailty is more often something considered when treating elderly patients, but middle-aged patients may face some of the same symptoms, the study team writes in the journal Occupational and Environmental Medicine. Frailty was tied to a large impact on employment.
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