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You'll probably live to be 100. Here's how you need to prepare for it

Here's a shocking insight: we'll all live 100 years, and we're not at all prepared for it.
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What if we lived for 150 years?

Nature has given every species an intrinsic life span. Life span is a bit like an upper bound to life expectancy: if you got every member of a species healthier and healthier, life expectancy of that species would constantly increase, but eventually be bound by life span.
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The number of people aged over 60 is set to double by 2050. Are we prepared?

By 2020, individuals aged 60 and older will be greater in number than children younger than five. By 2050, the world's older adult population will have doubled to 2 billion. These numbers are striking. Cognitive decline, strained pension schemes, and burgeoning healthcare costs: are we prepared for tomorrow's complex longevity challenges?
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Five ways companies are tackling ageing

By the middle of this century, for the first time in human history there will be more people on this planet over the age of 60 than under the age of 15. In just five years, by 2020, there will be over a billion people over the age of 60 – a market almost as big as China's 1.2 billion-strong population. Life expectancy stood at just 40 years at the start of the twentieth century; by 2013, it had reached 71. These profound shifts represent not just a challenge for cash-strapped governments but an opportunity for global businesses.
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Does Exercise Slow the Aging Process?

Gretchen Reynolds on the science of fitness.
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