The “older population” is defined as:. 65 years old or older. In 2006, the older population numbered _____; an increase of ______ or ____% since 1996. 37.3 million 3.4 million increase 10% increase. About 1 in every _____ Americans (or ____%) is an older American. 8 12.4%.
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In 2006, the older population numbered _____; an increase of ______ or ____% since 1996.
A child born in 2004 could expect to live _____ years, an increase of _____ years vs. a child born in 1900.
In 2004, persons reaching age 65 had a life expectancy of _____ years (_____ years for females and _____ years for males)
In 2006, _____% of older Americans lived in institutional settings such as nursing homes. As age increases, the % _____.
In 2006, about half of the older Americans live in just _____ states.
In 2004-2005, the most frequently occurring conditions in older persons are:
In 2006, ____% of non-institutionalized persons over 65 were covered by Medicare