65 or older? Then you may fare better in some states than others.

The United Health Foundation's 2013 "America's Health Rankings Senior Report" provides a state-by-state snapshot of how healthy senior citizens are and what types of health care resources they have available.

It's an especially timely issue given the fact that Americans are living longer but sicker lives and that America's senior population is expected to grow more than 50 percent between 2015 and 2030.

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