We asked members of the World Economic Forum's Tech Pioneers and Global Innovators community how technology can improve our lives as we age.
We must develop a gender-aware, life-cycle approach to enhance the lives of older people globally, but especially in rapidly-ageing regions like Asia-Pacific.
October 1 is the International Day of Older Persons, and this year's theme is “Digital Equity for All Ages.” Here are six views on how to achieve that.
The International Day of the Older Persons reminds us that we must improve senior-age lives, from combatting prejudice to building better care systems.
As Japan reports a record number of centenarians, Dr Bradley Wilcox explains the secrets of some of the country’s oldest people: the Okinawans.
The gender pension gap is a problem in most retirement income systems globally. We outline how these issues can be fixed at a multi-stakeholder level.
COVID-19 has reduced life expectancy by the largest amount since WWII, according to a new Oxford University study which covered Europe, the US and Chile.
Robots are more widely adopted where populations are older, to fill in labour gaps caused by an ageing industrial work force. according to a new study.
Ageing creates unique challenges in relation to loneliness and isolation. This study explores the effects on mental health from devastating losses.
China's international project has been criticized for its environmental impact, but it could also support unprecedented cooperation between East and West
A new study has shown that hearing impairment is linked to a greater risk of dementia and that managing hearing problems early may help to reduce the risk.
Michael Clinton, former president and publishing director of Hearst Magazines, has written Roar: Into the Second Half of Your Life (Before It’s Too Late).
After infancy, your metabolism slows by about 3% each year until we reach our 20s but does start to slow again until our 60s, according to a new study.
A new study by the Washington University shows there is a 89% chance that someone will live to 126 during the 21st century breaking the record of 122.
Phone calls, text messages and online audio and video chats during the pandemic exacerbated feelings of loneliness among older people, according to a study.