A new study sheds light on health inequalities in Europe, the UK and the US across different education levels and gender.
A Dutch study has set the maximum average lifespan for human beings at 115 years.
You might think modern medicine's ability to keep us alive would have put a halt on evolution - you'd be wrong.
Chile's pensions system is one of the most sustainable in the world, but it scores less highly on measures of adequacy. The government is proposing reforms to address this, and close the ...
Global projections for 2050 are mind-boggling: 1.6 billion people aged 65 and over and a $400 trillion retirement savings gap. Our elderly population deserves better than that.
In a Pew Research survey, US adults were asked to categorize five factual statements and five not so factual - with younger respondents doing best.
Dramatic improvements in the health of the Indian economy have translated into substantial benefits for its citizens, who can now look forward to higher rates of education and a longer li...
Many European countries are revisiting how best to finance long-term care, balancing financial sustainability and the economic welfare of households. Using examples of Spain and Scotland,...
As populations age, our view of what it means to become older will have to change.
Universities for seniors allows the ageing population to learn new skills and maintain a higher standard of health and emotional well being.
A philosopher discusses the consequences of living forever.
New data from the International Longevity Centre shows that output increases as age increases.
Two new studies reveal falls in life expectancy in high-income countries.
Research suggests that 68% of individuals globally don’t plan to ever retire or expect to keep working past a traditional retirement age.
As linear careers become a thing of the past, the Kaleidoscope Career Model shows that we prioritize a number of key dynamics at different times in our life.