As boomers age, focus should be on keeping folks healthy

August 6, 2008
by Getahn Ward
Nashville Tennessean

A separate study last month from the Trust for America's Health found that Tennessee could see annual savings of $351 million, or a 6-to-1 return, within five years of investing $10 per person a year on disease prevention. Targets might include programs related to boosting physical activity, improving nutrition and quitting smoking.

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