10 facts about ageing from the World Health Organisation

Published Jan 30th 2015

By 2050, the world will have almost 400 million people aged 80 or older. That will be the first time that the majority of middle-aged adults have living parents. As a result, “society needs to break stereotypes and develop new models of ageing for the 21st century. Everyone benefits from communities, workplaces and societies that encourage active and visible participation of older people.”

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