A recent US survey found that three out of every four people said they would like to live to be 100, if they could do so in good health.
- Julie Hare
- The Mandarin
Yet the same number of people said they ate too much, didn’t exercise enough and were likely to retire at the age of 65.
This growing collision between longevity, chronic health conditions and aged care services reflects a familiar narrative and one that is driving new thinking from Australian policymakers about the…
The number of over-65s is expected to double in Australia by 2050.
The financial impacts are staggering.
In 2016-17, $17.4