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  1. Amy Blitchok
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    This report outlines what seniors expect, but the reality of what baby boomers are facing as they age tends to be a lot more dismal. Only 13% of boomers are in excellent health and 75% of seniors have high blood pressure, which is more than twice the number of people in the previous generation. While we are living longer, seniors are experiencing a much poorer quality of life due to chronic diseases, which are entirely preventable.

  2. Amelia Williams
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    My world has been topsy-turvy here at senor match. The quality has been up, down, sideways, and more. I’m still working as a freelancer, trying to get a little extra money to supplement my retirement. It’s not as easy, but I’m thankful for the health that I have, and thankful for those who are trying to make the world a better place.

  3. Ms. Dale Goodloe
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    I don’t know who you interviewed. My life started a sharp decline after 65 – both financially and emotionally. I have many friends who have the same experience. I dread each year that I grow older – alone; not enough money to take care of my needs; and more and more doctors not taking Medicare patients anymore. Then there’s the terifying aspect of Obamacare in Oct.

    Life is definitely NOT good for those of us who are alone and live on limited incomes. Why don’t you write about us????

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