We'll live longer but suffer more ill-health by 2035, says study Number of old people suffering from four medical conditions to double in less than 20 years, researchers claim
The number of older people who have at least four different medical conditions is set to double by 2035, in a trend that will put huge extra strain on the NHS, researchers warn.
Diseases such as cancer, diabetes, dementia and depression will become far more common as more and more over-65s develop them in their later years, a study at Newcastle University published on Tuesday found. Continue reading... The Guardian