older age groups

older age groups

A generic term for individuals in the UK, aged 65 years and above.
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Under the initiative, State Parks will replace outdated playgrounds at the parks with modern, code-compliant equipment and distinct areas for young and older age groups.
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.
For older age groups, readmission numbers have been growing.
It is claimed that this is because so few of them vote compared to older age groups, so policies are less likely to be drawn up with them in mind.
Do the present parties not realise that by creating a lower class of pensioners in the future, they will find it very hard to get the votes of the older age groups who trouble to go to the polling booths?
obesity and high blood pressure are more common among older age groups, particularly among blacks.
Highlights will include author sessions for children of all ages, featuring Nick Sharratt and Korky Paul for younger children, and Melvin Burgess for the older age groups.
The falling death rate comes despite more people being diagnosed with cancer, largely due to the fact that people are living longer and the disease is more common among older age groups.
Those children in older age groups were targeted more often than younger children.
We are wanting to regenerate the younger side of the club in the hope they will come through and want to play for Marsden in the older age groups," said Sean Caton from the coaching staff.
About 53 percent of females within the same age group feel the same, on par with rates of women from older age groups.
3) (a) (a) Mean (SD) (b) Median (interquartile range) Table 3: Biochemical characteristics of younger and older age groups Younger CAD Older CAD (n = 91) n = 74 Variables Mean (SD) Mean (SD) Total cholesterol 5.

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