Lifestyle and youthful looks

@article{Gunn2015LifestyleAY,
  title={Lifestyle and youthful looks},
  author={David A. Gunn and Joanne L Dick and Diana van Heemst and Christopher E.M. Griffiths and C.C. Tomlin and P.G. Murray and Tamara W. Griffiths and Stephanie Ogden and Andrew E. Mayes and Rudi G. J. Westendorp and Pieternella E Slagboom and A.J.M. de Craen},
  journal={British Journal of Dermatology},
  year={2015},
  volume={172}
}
Lifestyle has been proven to have a dramatic effect on the risk of age‐related diseases. The association of lifestyle and facial ageing has been less well studied. 

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