Report says Kentucky seniors are not healthy, local officials say there are alternatives
By Calen McKinney
Wednesday, June 19, 2013 at 3:00 pm (Updated: June 19, 3:01 pm)
Kentucky's seniors aren't that healthy, according to a recent study by a nonprofit group. Nevertheless, local officials say there are many activities for seniors in Taylor County and several ways for everyone to be healthier.
Nonprofit group United Health Foundation recently revealed results of the first study it commissioned with America's Health Rankings to study senior health, the health of those age 65 and older, across the United States.
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