4 Little Known Health Concerns Facing the Elderly
3 days ago - By HealthWorks Collective
We all know the elderly have a range of health concerns but only the most dramatic ones get publicity. Read here for four elderly medical issues you missed.
The United States population is aging rapidly. As it stands now, seniors make up 13% of the country's citizens. That number is set to grow all the way to 20% by 2060.
As we, and the people around us, age, it's important to be aware of not only the obvious health complications that could occur in seniors like cancer or heart disease but also a few not so obvious threats.
Our team has compiled a list of the 4 most serious health concerns...
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