Look what lies ahead

Most of us boomers and beyond were raised with dial phones, Kodak film cameras, stick shifts, TV antennas and Encyclopedia Britannica. But just looky now. Today, even the most revolutionary technologies become obsolete soon after they appear. A recent Internet article by Dr. Robert Goldman, “Predictions in Technology and Health,” predicts some truly radical changes. Dr. Ronald Klatz wrote that essay’s introduction, saying: “We live in a miraculous time, due to the rapid growth of new technology … life expectancy is increasing by three months per year. People utilizing the anti-aging tenets for health are seeing a life expectancy of 94, and that rate is also growing. Just as we predicted 25 years ago, medicine is now at last finally transforming from the treatment of illness and disease into preventativeā€¦

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