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    What Happens When Humans Live Longer than Ever Before?

    If we live to 100, age 65 is practically a minor milestone. Panelists discuss changes in careers and technology that will make life after 65 easier in this enlightening Conversation, which also includes some easy ways you can increase your longevity.

    Pam Daniels
    Design Innovator in Residence & Clinical Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
    Ian Hartman-O'Connell
    Senior Policy Liaison, AARP
    Jim Sullivan
    Vice President, Discovery, AbbVie
    Eddie Aruzza
    Emmy-Winning Host & Correspondent, WTTW Chicago

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    Redesigning Life: What Happens When We Live to 100?

    Time defines our place in society, but what happens when that changes?

    Jim Sullivan
    Vice President, Discovery, AbbVie
    Ian Hartman-O'Connell
    Senior Policy Liaison, AARP
    Pam Daniels
    Design Innovator in Residence & Clinical Assistant Professor, Northwestern University
    Ilyce Glink
    Founder & CEO, Best Money Moves, Think Glink Media and ThinkGlink.com
    Eddie Aruzza
    Emmy-Winning Host & Correspondent, WTTW Chicago

    Advancements in healthcare mean that not only is it possible for us to live to 100, it’s quite likely. But what comes along with this new lease on life? How does a longer lifespan affect everything from how we invest our money to how the workforce changes? What happens to our social circles? And how does it shift our perception of time itself? This Conversation will dive into the nuances associated with longer life spans and how we can shift our thinking to prepare.