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Innovation in aging
Frailty has begun to draw attention in recent years because it predicts adverse health outcomes for aging populations. However, the prevalence of frailty in Taiwan is not yet completely confirmed. This study aimed to compare the different prevalence of frailty among Taiwanese older adults in two areas: urban and rural. Methods: Data were obtained from Taiwan Longitudinal Study in Aging (TLSA) 2003. After excluding those who living in long-term care institutions and unknown living area, a totaldoi:10.1093/geroni/igx004.1395 fatcat:evibauftnveghoznnyqzpz2dwe