The Great Age Reboot: Cracking the Longevity Code for a Younger Tomorrow (Hardcover)
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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.
About the Author
MICHAEL F. ROIZEN, MD, is the Chief Wellness Officer at the Cleveland Clinic, Chief Medical Consultant on The Dr. Oz Show, author of four #1 New York Times bestselling books, and originator of the popular RealAge.com website. He is board certified in anesthesiology and internal medicine. He's been recognized with an Ellie, an Emmy, and the Paul G. Rogers Award from the National Library of Medicine for Best Medical Communicator. He also chaired an FDA advisory committee and has published more than 175 peer-reviewed articles. He lives in Shaker Heights, Ohio.
PETER LINNEMAN, PhD, is an expert in finance and real estate.
ALBERT RATNER, PhD, is an expert in population economics.