The population of the United States is aging, and the aging population is growing at an unprecedented rate. Since 1990, the percent of Americans over the age of 65 has tripled, and the trend is not slowing down! In the next few decades, the number of Americans over the age of 65 is projected to […]
WRITTEN BY: Jenny Lobb, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, Ohio State University Extension, Franklin County
REVIEWED BY: Patrice Powers-Barker, Family and Consumer Sciences Educator, Ohio State University Extension, Lucas County
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