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May 4, 2013 10:27 PM

All the lonely people: how we live alone past 65

As the state’s over-65 population reaches one million, the number of older people living alone will rise. The keys to successful “aging in community” involve support from family and sometimes government, advocacy in health care, keeping up mobility, access to transportation and social involvement.

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