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Overview

Studies from the European Observatory’s Economics of Health and Active Aging series find that the large population of the elderly is not a major problem for the sustainability of health systems or society. To see also : CDC reduces Covid-19 travel risk for 2 nations in Europe. So why is it often viewed as a threat?

This brief is based on a book that presents and combines international evidence on this question. It first presents three historical accounts that have been at the forefront of the debate on aging. The history is that older societies cannot afford money, older people have more benefits for themselves than younger people, and politicians give older people what they want – benefits for adults but not teenagers. If these stories are true, there will certainly be a major impediment to the growing number of older societies. The brief analysis and analysis discussed in it shows that none of these three historical accounts are true.

Then briefly review the evidence of ‘win-win’ politics to produce positive results for people of all ages. In terms of policy, it means focusing on the basics of life. Lifestyles have many implications for policy because they suggest ways to make policy investments for the future in any given situation. the life of the people. They also have special political systems because they appeal to political leaders, interests and advocates to work together in different groups to benefit the country. one on the same policy. The brief concludes with lessons on how to develop politics to support the policies of life.

European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies

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Step 5: End of Life.

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