Stanford University Longevity Center - Planning on Living to 100+, The New Map of Life

New report from the Stanford Longevity center: The New Map of Life

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The 100-year life is here. We’re not ready.

In the United States, as many as half of today’s 5-year-olds can expect to live to the age of 100, and this once unattainable milestone may become the norm for newborns by 2050. Yet, the social institutions, norms and policies that await these future centenarians evolved when lives were only half as long and need updating. In 2018, The Stanford Center on Longevity launched an initiative called The New Map of Life, believing that one of the most profound transformations of the human experience calls for equally momentous and creative changes in the ways we lead these 100-year lives, at every stage. We can meet challenges that longevity creates if we act now, guided by these principles:

Download the full report here: The New Map of Life Report

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