How to live well to 100 years old - longevity expert Andrew Scott gives some tips

Coming to terms with possibly living longer than past generations is not just a global, but a personal, challenge, for longevity expert Andrew Scott.
Coming to terms with possibly living longer than past generations is not just a global, but a personal, challenge, for longevity expert Andrew Scott.ST PHOTO: JASON QUAH

SINGAPORE - With more people worldwide living to 100 years old, it may not be the elderly who are most affected by greater longevity. It may be the middle-aged.

This is because society's prevailing model of the "three-stage life" - where education is followed by work, then retirement - may not be adequate to address current mid-life concerns, says longevity expert Andrew Scott, a British economist who includes himself in this demographic.

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