Where I live our health system is groaning because of high demand and underfunding.
Specialist services are a nightmare to access. Many "fly in fly out" Dr's.
All the major political parties blame the "aging population".
But what will happen as people live longer is it just a case of more money needing to thrown into aged care?
Is living longer such a good thing it it means being more reliant on an inadequate health system?
Overpopulation seems to be a recurrent theme in apocalyptic movies,( may be I should'nt have watched The Road last night or world war z)
**DISCLAIMER: this is a question not a statement. I do not claim to be an expert on anything. I am just making conversation.