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- Presidencies are notoriously stressful jobs, aging leaders to look beyond their years.
- The punishing schedules and general stress often trigger accelerated aging that takes over world leaders' appearances by the time they leave office.
- First families are close to the action and often have to balance raising teenage or young children while also focusing on life in the White House.
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Presidencies are notoriously stressful jobs and often translate into accelerated aging that means leaders look much older on their way out of office than they did at the start.
Punishing schedules and never-ending stress can punish leaders' appearances, but their time in the White House also affects their families.
See how several first families looked before and after their time in the executive mansion: