The Great Age Reboot: Crack­ing the Longevi­ty Code to Be Younger Today and Even Younger Tomorrow

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September 1, 2020

As the human lifes­pan expands and more peo­ple are liv­ing to 100 years and beyond, New York Times best-sell­ing author Michael Roizen, M.D., explains how to pre­pare for a longer, health­i­er future.

Over the next decade, peo­ple liv­ing to 100, 120, or even 130 years old will become increas­ing­ly com­mon – and life past 100 may not look like what you expect. In this ground­break­ing nar­ra­tive, best-sell­ing author Michael Roizen reveals how cur­rent sci­ence and tech­nol­o­gy will rev­o­lu­tion­ize our abil­i­ty to live longer, younger, and better.

Today’s break­throughs in longevi­ty research are unprece­dent­ed, and this book will help you nav­i­gate the com­ing changes to make the best deci­sions for your brain, your body, and your bank account. Along with acclaimed econ­o­mists Peter Lin­ne­man and Albert Rat­ner, Roizen explores how longer life spans will change our lives and our cul­ture, pro­vid­ing the most com­pre­hen­sive and for­ward-look­ing book on aging to date, and show­ing read­ers how to pre­pare for the next major soci­etal dis­rup­tor. At long last, here is a road map to pre­ven­tion, treat­ment, and tech­nol­o­gy that will reshape how we think about old age – and help us plan for an auda­cious future.

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