Seniors and Health - US - November 2017
The number of Seniors, adults aged 65+, is on the rise, and by 2022 will account for 17.7% of the total US population. Today’s Seniors are increasingly tech savvy, yet remain dedicated to the basics of health management. The current age of a Senior, younger (65-74) versus older (75+), influences their health attitudes and healthcare needs. Still, Seniors are engaged in proactive health measures that ease the impact of aging, which is generating positive health perceptions for the majority.
This report examines the following issues:
Growing Senior population and strong use strains healthcare providers
Seniors fall short of exercise guidelines; health issues may be getting in the way
Loneliness can have negative health implications
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