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$17 BILLION 30 percent Activities adult age group AGE RESTRICTIONS agencies AGING PERSONS ance annual income assets average Bureau Census CHRONIC CONDITIONS Consumer Price Index Council on Aging creased DIABETES disease elderly EQUITY estimated expected Federal food costs half health insurance high blood pressure higher HIGHEST PROPORTIONS HOME VALUE homes of older HOSPITAL INSURANCE hospital stay housing ical INCREASING NUMBERS individual Influenza institutions labor force larger less married beneficiaries MEDICAL COSTS ment MENTALLY CONFUSED middle-aged and older MILLION AGING nursing homes OASI BENEFICIARIES OASI benefits OASI couples occupations Old-Age and Survivors OLDER PERSONS TEND older population ONE-THIRD percentage persons living pital population 65 Projected PROPORTIONS OF OLDER quire RATIO RECEIVE OASI relatively retired couples Secretary of Health skills Social Security Administration Social Security Bulletin sons 65 spouse Survivors Insurance tion total population trends unpublished data Veterans Washington widows WORKERS 45 younger families younger workers