Health care will be highly technological in the future



Neil Ardley : writer, jazz pianist, composer
By checking the genetic codes of parents and by caring for unborn babies, the children of tomorrow should be born in perfect health. A long life is lkely to lie ahead of them. But to remain healthy, everyone will have to look after themselves. As now, this will mean taking exercise, keeping clean and behaving sensibly to avoid danger. However, the world of tomorrow will bring other ways in which you can help to prevent yourself from getting ill.
World of Tomorrow: Health and Medicine is filled with predictions about the future of health care, with an emphasis on self-assessement via computer. If WebMD and the rise of home genetic testing kits count, then this was a pretty accurate vision of the future.


Ardley, N., (1982) "Health and Medicine (World of Tomorrow)", The Watts Publishing Group


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