The mission of the Stanford Center on Longevity is to redesign long life. The Center studies the nature and development of the human life span, looking for innovative ways to use science and technology to solve the problems of people over 50 in order to improve the well-being of people of all ages. Learn more
LONGEVITY IN THE NEWS
- 4/29/2016 - Better Aging Through Practice, Practice, Practice
- 4/26/2016 - Millennials surpass baby boomers to become America’s largest living generation
- 4/25/2016 - Hearing aid use may improve cognitive function in hearing-impaired elderly
- 4/24/2016 - Fountain of Youth? Drug Trial Has Seniors Scrambling to Prove They’re Worthy
- 4/22/2016 - Rich People Are Living Longer. That’s Tilting Social Security in Their Favor.
THE SIGHTLINES PROJECT is a benchmark analysis of an unfolding 21st century miracle – Americans living well, to the age of 100 and beyond. While we cannot control all the factors, there is much we can do as individuals and as a society to contribute to continued improvements in our well-being and length of life. The Stanford Center on Longevity, dedicated to redesigning long life, developed the SIGHTLINES PROJECT to track our trajectory and guide our efforts.
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