The Times – The longevity paradox: how to live better

Captain Sir Tom Moore is 100 years old and is one of the greatest heroes of the pandemic in the UK for his charity fundraising.

Have you ever wondered what you will be doing at that age? For most of human history that has been a fanciful question. In 1900 British life expectancy at birth was about 50 years, and although 20 per cent of the population reached the age of 70, there were only about 300 people aged over 100.

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Andrew j Scott write about how lifespan in the UK is chaning
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