The Wall Street Journal – As the number of centenarians rises in the U.S., so does the incidence of disease and loneliness.
Friend of TLF and speaker for Nov 19 event Camilla Cavendish and her new book on why we need to rethink ageing
Article about Nir Barzilai, speaker at the November Longevity Forum – Is metformin the key to living longer?
The Times – Silicon Valley is pouring billions into extreme ways to combat ageing
The Daily Telegraph – Older workers can bridge the skills gap caused by Brexit uncertainty, reports Sophie Smith
Huffington Post- An ageing society isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
The Economist – Literature reflects life. So in ageing Japan there is a raft of smash-hit books by aged authors.
Last November saw the launch of The Longevity Forum, with an event at the Wellcome Collection, London.
Marc Freedman is not here to give advice on how to squirrel away dollars and cents for a leisurely retirement.
Today, we speak with Nicholas Parsons CBE, English broadcaster still professionally active in his 90s.
Having discussed throughout the day the scientific breakthroughs behind potential increases in human lifespan
In the Media
Financial Times – Jane Lockwood had a mini-epiphany last year. She realised that her age — 54 — had dented her professional self-belief.
Financial Times – Increased longevity represents the biggest business opportunity of the 21st century.
Quartz – The term “old age” evokes images that are variously heartwarming
AXA IM – The extension of life expectancy is a uniquely positive trend for people and communities around the world
Financial Times – ‘For most of history, chronological age mattered so little that the song “Happy Birthday” was barely known until 1934’
Financial Times – Should you cash in your defined benefit pension?
Quartz – People are living longer today. But how do we make sure those extra years are good ones?
The Oxford Institute of Population Ageing – It’s been a long time since I attended a conference where I found myself looking forward to every panel discussion.