Presentation on theme: "Anti-Aging Movement: Living Longer Courtesy of www.wpg.com Life expectancy in the United States in 1950 was 65 years. Today life."— Presentation transcript:
Anti-Aging Movement: Living Longer Courtesy of Life expectancy in the United States in 1950 was 65 years. Today life expectancy is more than 77 years.* If trends continue, in 2030 men who reach the age of 65 are expected to live an additional 17.3 years and spend nearly a quarter of their lives in retirement.** * National Center for Health Statistics ** San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank
Anti-aging Movement Less Healthy – % of Obese Men and Women 40 to 59 years
Anti-aging Movement Healthcare Costs Rising – Healthcare as a % of GDP Source: National Health Statistics Group
Anti-aging Movement Savings as a Percentage of Disposable Personal Income for the United States Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis
Living Longer, but Less Healthy Saving Less Healthcare Costs Rising Boomers Moving to Retirement Our Opportunity
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