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How public transit is impacting older American's health care

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Older Americans are facing more hurdles than ever when it comes to receiving routine medical care. Dr. Jason Falvey studies physical rehabilitation at the University of Maryland's School of Medicine. He found that most older Americans typically walk five to six blocks to a bus or subway station. He hopes his research leads to more funding for public transit infrastructure that keeps older adults in mind.
Published 2 months ago · Billings, United States

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How public transit is impacting older American's health care

From crumbling sidewalks to unreliable subways and busses, older Americans are finding it hard to get to the doctor.

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