The pensioner and self proclaimed "young god" believes it will improve his chances both in the workplace and on Tinder.
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New figures published by the Office for National Statistics have shown that, over the 2015-17 period, life expectancy stopped rising for the first time since records began.
A simple attitude change could add years to your life AND life to your years (and to those around you)
A new study has suggested that there is a direct connection between how well we age and how we view old age. Those with a positive attitude toward old age are likely to live longer — up to eight years — than their more pessimistic counterparts. But how, as older people, we are treated by others also has a big impact.
Today's children could live to 120 and work until they're 100, it's been claimed. But which occupations might they take on?
Half of today’s children will live until the age of 103, meaning people will have to work for longer to support themselves, a major inquiry has concluded.
Pensions Minister Steve Webb said that ‘the idea that we are old at 59 belongs in the era of Downton Abbey – not in 2012,’
Nigel Roberts of Politic365 argues for a global strengthening of age discrimination laws.
Living to 1000? A new book on ageing says that in the future, people will routinely live to 150 and that the first people to reach 1000 years of age may have already been born.
Sonia Arrison, author of a new book on longevity, explains how scientific advances are making radical life expansion - to age 150 and beyond - a possibility, and what it could mean for human existence.
According to psychologist Becca Levy, PhD, assistant professor of public health at Yale University, age discrimination and negative stereotypes can shorten life span by 7.5 years.
Today's 20-year-olds are three times more likely to live to 100 than their grandparents and twice as likely as their parents, official figures show.
And a baby born in 2011 is almost eight times more likely to reach their 100th birthday than one born 80 years ago. A girl born this year has a one-in-three chance of reaching 100 years old and boys have a one-in-four chance.
Simon Kelner is Editor-in-Chief of The Independent, The Independent on Sunday and i.
Isa Leshko's Elderly Animals: there's life in the old dog yet. A series of studies of elderly animals by Isa Leshko questions our attitudes to ageing and age discrimination
Age discrimination in the media doesn't stop with humans. Our collective obsession with youth extends to the animal world. Isa Leshko has set out to document old age in the animal kingdom with a series of beautiful photographs entitled Elderly Animals.
Marlene Mitchell, director of age discrimination charity Age UK, discusses the rise in the numbers of centenarians, age discrimination and the NHS.
More southern workers plan to continue working after the default retirement age (DRA) than their northern counterparts, according to a report on ageing and retirement.
Retiring later can delay the risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, research suggests.