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The release of the past several Social Security and Medicare Trustees Reports has triggered analysis on claims that an aging population is the major cause of spending growth on Medicare and other social insurance programs. Those who would like to undermine the current Social Security and Medicare programs can be expected to use the Trustee's reports' data on solvency as a rationale for privatizing, or otherwise dismantling, these successful programs.
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The answer is simple. Women live longer than men. On average, women today who reach 65 outlive men by 4 years. That is, women can expect to live to age 85, while men are likely to live to age 81.
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