CHICAGO (Reuters) – Which nations are doing the best job adapting to their aging populations?
Japan has the healthiest seniors. Spain gets top marks for supportive relatives and friends. In Norway, income inequality among older people is the lowest in the world.
How about the United States?
A new global aging index places it among the top five nations, alongside Norway, Sweden, the Netherlands and Japan. But our performance in most of the index categories suggests much work remains.
The Hartford Index, funded by The John A. Hartford Foundation, was developed by researche…