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A decade ago an Australian man who had just turned 65 could expect to live another 17.6 years. Today it is 19.1 years.
So fast is life expectancy increasing that the Australian figures released on Thursday are prompting debate about whether it will ever stop about whether one day Australians will live forever.
John Piggott who runs the centre of excellence in population ageing "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" research at the University of NSW puts it this way: "There is a continuing debate about whether there will be some eventual limit to longevity, or whether longevity can keep increasing."
Asked whether this means there might never be a limit he says: "There might be a limit but the question is whether we are anywhere near it.
"For example, people in this generation are taller than people in the last generation. Is there a limit to height? Probably we are never going to grow to four metres, but whether average height will reach two metres is something that is a realistic debate.
"Suppose the ceiling is "Anabola Steroider Norge Lagligt" 200. I am not saying it is I have no idea but if it is, it is not going to worry us for quite a while whether there is a ceiling."
The Bureau of Statistics tables released on Thursday show a girl born today can expect to live "Oxandrolone Powder India" 84.3 years, taking her through to near the end of the century. A newborn boy can expect 79.9 years.
They are huge improvements over the start of the 1980s when a girl could expect to live 78 "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" years and a boy just 71.
And they almost certainly understate what will happen. The bureau generates its tables by Methenolone Enanthate Effects applying existing mortality rates to each age group. The method takes no account of likely Oral Turinabol 10mg improvements in longevity brought about by further advances in medicine and health.
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"So far we have been continually surprised on the upside,'' Professor Piggott says. "The optimists keep winning the debate."
Whereas 30 years ago the advances in longevity came from stopping young people dying, these days they come from extending life.
"From the end of the war until about 1980 advances in the fights against infant mortality, communicable diseases, accidents caused by people who drove while they were drunk, all of these sort of things, they were the things that drove increases Stanozolol 25mg in life expectancy."
Since 1980 its been down to medical innovation extending the second half of life, and we are seeing dramatic increases.
Professor Piggott says we will need to work for longer and to further lift the age at which we can get access to the pension. The Rudd government set in train a gradual increase in the pension qualifying age which will eventually stop at 67.
Professor Piggott thinks there should be no limit and the increases should be automatic. "It's what they are doing in The Netherlands. It takes it out of politics," he says.
David Knox, a senior partner and actuary at Mercer, thinks the pension and superannuation access ages should climb six months for every year by which life expectancy climbs.