Super-elderly can enjoy good mental, physical health

08/20/2008 | Forbes

A study of Danish seniors in their 90s shows living longer is not necessarily associated with higher health care costs because the "super-elderly" are, by and large, fairly healthy. The study showed the number of elderly deemed mentally and physically independent dropped only modestly, from 39% at age 92 to 33% at age 100.

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