Aging Demographics and Chronic Disease Quality of life is an important consideration for the aging applicable to all demographics. Chronic disease is a concern for the aging and is perceptible in high income, middle income, and low income countries. The following case study will depict three countries aging demographics and chronic disease. The United States is a high income country that will be evaluated; Thailand is a middle income country that will be assessed; and India is a low income country that will be analyzed. The country profile of each country will be identified and compared to illustrate the differences in demographics. In support, the population of each country will be identified and the percentage of elderly will be...The end:
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