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The Opening Decades of an Era of Greater Health and Longevity

When it comes to the scope of history, the state of the present, and the future ahead, most people are overly pessimistic. Millennialism never really goes away. The past is seen in rose-tinted hues, the present is experienced against a backdrop of media emphasis on the fearful and the terrible, and the future is commonly painted as a descent into the pit. Yet in truth we live in an age of tremendous positive progress, in which wealth, access to medicine, security, comfort, and healthy longevity are on average increasing year by year.
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