When you hear the phrase, “Making 90 The New 50 By 2030”, does your mind go to the future? Thinking about the deadline? The work left to do? Or do you think about what’s already been accomplished? The progress already made? Because despite the work left to do, science has already come a long way towards reaching the goal. A study from 2018 conducted by Yale and USC Professors shows that in American males 60 might already be the new 50.
The paper linked below dives into the numbers (analyzing data from over 20,000 subjects), and examines factors such as lifestyle, diseases, and medicine and how they play into extending the healthy human lifespan.