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As per the 2011 Canadian Community Health Survey, fewer individuals more than 65 evaluated their wellbeing as "amazing" or "generally excellent" (46 percent) contrasted with the normal of all Canadians matured 12 and more established (60%) (Statistics Canada 2013). The most as often as possible announced medical problems for those more than 65 included joint inflammation or stiffness (44 percent of 65-to 74-year-olds and 51 percent of 75+ year-olds), hypertension (40% all things considered), waterfalls (28 percent of 75+ year olds), back torment, and coronary illness. Moreover, 480,600 individuals, or 1.5 percent of Canada's populace, experienced some type of dementia, for example, Alzheimer's, a figure anticipated to ascend to 1.13 million

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