For children in wealthier nations, 80 will be the new 60. That means a life filled with day-to-day technological advances—and a new way of thinking about school, work, and retirement.
Professor Sarah Harper is referenced in an article by Tristan McConnell in National Geographic, part of a series on ageing & longevity.
“For the majority of today’s five-year-olds, 82 will be like 60 today," said Harper.
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