Aging Population

We have all heard the term "baby boomer." The first baby boomers (who were born in the middle of 1946 and 1964) turned 65 in 2011 to the Bureau of Syndrome Prevention and Health Advancement. By 2030, it is predictable that more than 60 per cent of this age group will handle more than one long-lasting condition. The treatment of these long-lasting illnesses, together with the level of disability of an individual, would intensify the commercial demands on our healthcare and nutrition system. The cost increases with the number of long-term illnesses to be treated, taking into account the expected double the number of sanatorium admissions and general practitioner visits by 2030 for Baby Boomers. Health care and nutrition are therefore very important for the aging population.


  • Track 1-1 Physical Connectivity
  • Track 2-2 Technology Connectivity
  • Track 3-3 Better Healthcare and Nutrition
  • Track 4-4 Enhance Mental and capital Health

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