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"Older adults who see themselves as old and frail will start to feel old and frail."
This is the conclusion of a study conducted by Krystal Warmoth and colleagues at University of Exeter Medical School, which is presented today, Thursday 11 April 2013, at the British Psychological Society (BPS) Annual Conference in Harrogate.
You really are as old as you feel
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Bob Edwards received his first licence in 1925, aged 17-years-old after learning to drive in a French car that had a lever instead of a steering wheel.
Two years later, he saw a Salvation Army advertisement seeking young men to work on the farms of England's colonies. He turned down Canada and Australia in favour of New Zealand.
Edwards, who spent much of his working life driving, says he's been involved in just one crash and been issued a single speeding ticket, and still gets riled up about the apparent injustice of the ticket years later.
These days, Edwards drives about three times a week to the store which is 9 miles (15km) down the road. He picks up groceries on Sundays and the newspapers on other days.
Wife Lesley, who is 91-years-old, says she stopped driving about 30 years ago because her husband always took the wheel anyway