The Guardian: ‘Ageing isn’t inevitable’

Thirty-year-olds should start plotting their retirement. Fifty-year-olds need to make younger friends and 60-year-olds must go back to school.

This is according to a book looking at how we can prevent one of humanity’s greatest achievements turning into a nightmare. 

Andrew Scott, the co-author of The 100-Year Life, is publishing a treatise on 14 March: The Longevity Imperative. In it, he argues our lengthening lifespans are leading to a new era of humanity. “Get ready for fundamental change in what it means to be human,” he says.

To read full article in The Guardian, click here. 

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