Study: UnitedHealthcare's Ninth Annual 100@100 Survey - 2014

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Study :UnitedHealthcare 100@100 Survey
The ninth annual UnitedHealthcare 100@100 survey polled 65-year-old baby boomers in addition to 100-year-olds to examine how the attitudes and lifestyles of Americans entering their retirement years compare to those who hit that same age 35 years ago. UnitedHealthcare Medicare & Retirement, the nation's largest business dedicated to the health and well-being needs of seniors and other Medicare beneficiaries, serves more than 14,600 of the estimated 53,000 centenarians nationwide through its portfolio of Medicare plans.

Press Release: Neither Old Nor Lonesome: New Research Finds U.S. Centenarians Feel Younger Than Their Years, Blessed To Have Lived So Long

 

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