Monthly Archives: October 2013

Stanford Longevity Design Challenge – 1

Calling all student longevity design thinkers! Following the Stanford Center on Longevity for some time now, it’s wonderful to see news of how positive business initiatives address the promise of longevity, rather than the barrage of statistics and associated gloom … Continue reading

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Aging Elephants On the Move

It may be a stretch to contemplate the promise of our own longevity from the story of the aging elephants on the move last week from the Toronto Zoo to their new home at PAWS in California. Thika (33) Toka … Continue reading

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The Evolution of a Longevity Society -3

Shaping a response to this longevity revolution (or evolution as I’m preferring to see it) is ours to do together. But not just as a crush of older people, but rather as a generational convergence. What are the expectations of … Continue reading

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The Evolution of a Longevity Society -2

Maybe this evolution series is part of a “Kalache Effect”. It’s been in my system for a month now, and no known cure for it. But that’s the measure of a great presentation. I got the sense from his Sheridan … Continue reading

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The Evolution of a Longevity Society -1

On the cusp of reading the House of Lords Report from the UK, came the presentation by Alexandre Kalache at Sheridan College (as referenced in the Sept.10 blog post) and the question was the same; are we ready for ageing? … Continue reading

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