Americans Die Sooner Than Peers in Affluent CountriesStephanie Armour
People in the U.S. are sicker and more likely to die earlier than peers in high-income countries, a gap that bedevils even the wealthy, the insured and those with healthy behaviors, according to a government-sponsored study.
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