Senior health is an acute concern everywhere, but some states are doing a far better job of addressing it. According to the Census Bureau, adults 65 and older are now more than 15% of the total population. By 2030, that will grow to 20%, putting stress on clinical and community services and not doing wonders for the nation's health overall. America's Health Rankings took a 34-point look at the health of seniors in the United States — right down to their isolation levels and suicide rate — and ranked each state by how it met those criteria. Read on to find out where your state ranks, though you may be surprised to learn that not a single state moved from their rankings the previous year. Even the ties remained.