Caring for Asia's Growing Elderly Popul…

What is Asia going to do with its rapidly aging population? Rapidly improving medical care, better diets and social safety nets mean that the so-called “homo hundred” – a term used to describe people living more than 100 years – will rise rapidly, meaning countries that provide little in the way of social services for the elderly now will be forced to take on new challenges for which most do not appear to be prepared.

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