Y/O is now the end of middle age (26/04/2015)

According to a recent survey by International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA):  “Age can be measured as the time already lived or it can be adjusted taking into account the time left to live.  If you don’t consider people old just because they reached age 65 but instead take into account how long they have left to live, then the faster the increase in life expectancy, the less aging is actually going on.” says IIASA World Population Program Deputy Director, Sergei Scherbov, who led the study in collaboration with IIASA and Stony Brook University researcher Warren Sanderson.

Read the article in the Telegraph

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