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Mental health declining among older U.S. adults, poor hardest hit
by Lisa Rapaport
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8 January 2020
On 8 January 2020 Reuters reported:
Many older Americans have experienced more days of poor mental health in recent years, particularly individuals with limited income and education, a U.S. study suggests. While previous research has documented recent declines in mental and physical health and increases in mortality rates among adults in their prime working years, the trends for older adults and retirees haven't been as clear, [lead researcher David Rehkopf of Stanford University School of Medicine in California] and colleagues write.
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