Ageing and Longevity

Spend time wisely: What young people can learn from retirees

Young people must focus on health preservation, to avoid having to spend extra time and money on health recovery in later life. Image: Pexels/ Andrea Piacquadio

Boróka Bó

Assistant professor in sociology, University of Essex

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