That’s what you get you geriatric morons. Vote against your own best interest and suffer.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., Nov. 8 (UPI) – U.S. adults ages 70-80 may live a bit longer, but they are less healthy and have more chronic diseases than those the same age in England, researchers say.
James P. Smith of the Rand Corp. and James Banks and Alastair Muriel of the Institute for Fiscal Studies in London found Americans ages 55-64 have higher rates of chronic diseases than those the same age in England but die at about the same rate.
However, Americans age 65 and older — also sicker than their English counterparts — have a lower death rate than those in England,
In an earlier study, the researchers had found U.S. adults ages 55-64 suffered from diseases such as diabetes at up to twice the rate as those the same age in England — across all socioeconomic groups.
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