A landmark University of Washington study of LGBT seniors found they had higher risk of disability and disease -- but were also quite resilient.
A landmark University of Washington study of LGBT seniors found they had higher risk of disability and disease -- but were also quite resilient. Dan Kitwood Getty Images
A landmark University of Washington study of LGBT seniors found they had higher risk of disability and disease -- but were also quite resilient. Dan Kitwood Getty Images

LGBT seniors are at a higher risk of disability, disease and depression, study shows

February 24, 2017 08:59 AM

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