A new study shows that people with high levels of financial stress looked older to others and seemed to have aged more over a nine-year period than people who felt more in control of their financial situation. Financial stress took a bigger toll on the subjects’ looks than other types of stress. Shevaun Neupert, psychology, featured.
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