London: Long life ahead! A third of new generation babies are expected to survive to celebrate their 100th birthday, thanks to improvement in living standards and medicine, a new study claims.Dubbed the "new centenarians" because they have a one in three chance of reaching the age of 100, today`s babies will work until the age of 70, be saddled with student debt until 52 and get married eight years later than their grandparents, researchers say.The report predicts a dramatically different life for these babies from the one experienced by their parents and grandparents, the `Daily Mail` reported.It assumes the parents of these new centenarians were born in 1983 and their grandparents were born in 1957.
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