senior population

The United Health Foundation recently released their first-ever comprehensive report on the health of America’€™s senior population. According to a statement from the authors Reed Tuckson, MD and Rhonda Randall, DO , ’€œThe report provides a comprehensive analysis of senior population health rankings on both national and state levels, and it comes at a critical time. Americans are living longer but sicker lives, and America’€™s senior population is poised to grow 53 percent between 2015 and 2030.’€ This fascinating report ranks each state by the incidence of several factors, including obesity, physical inactivity, low-care nursing, and food insecurity. The United Health Foundation, a...

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