older age groups

older age groups

A generic term for individuals in the UK, aged 65 years and above.
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Facebook is still growing in the US market, according to research firm, mainly due to increases in usage by older age groups.
Facebook is still adding monthly users overall, but older age groups are mainly responsible for this.
It also covers the economics of incontinence products with a focus on incontinence in older age groups.
With average savings ranging between Sh80-Sh1,000 per transaction, M-tiba said the average amount saved was less among the youth compared to older age groups.
Hip fracture was likely to be a contributory factor in 72 percent of mortality within 12 months after hospital admission, with excess mortality risk higher in men than in women, and in the 65 to 74-year age group compared with older age groups.
The under-eights, under-nines and under-11s abided by primary rugby league rules while the older age groups played seven-a-side.
Strokes can occur at any age but are more common in older age groups.
Accordingly, we divided both XPA patients and controls into younger and older age groups, consisting of three subjects each less than 15 years and five ones each equal to and more than 15 years, respectively.
The preference to buy is even higher in the older age groups of 35 to 44, 45 to 54, and 55 to 64.
The Labour Force Survey shows that the gap in the percentages of those who have used the internet widens in older age groups, with 10.

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