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The Ageless Mind: How to Stay Sharp No Matter What Your Age

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No matter your age you need to wear sunscreen on your face, rain or shine.

- no matter what your age

- no matter your age

Do these two mean the same thing?

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HUBLOTDo these two mean the same thing?
Yes.

They are reduced / elliptical clauses. The full form would be No matter what your age is.
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Thank you, AG. Let's have a break.

Ah! I'd love to, but I'm on a diet! Emotion: sweating

I can eat the fruit in the background, though!