Many elderly California residents have chronic illnesses; Racial differences exist, Study FindsA growing number of elderly California residents are in poor health, suffering from chronic diseases, and minorities are some of the hardest hit, according to a University of California – Los Angeles study released Thursday , reports the Los Angeles Times. The study is based on the California Health Interview Survey which asks about 50,000 households across the country every two years.
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