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Health Gap Widens Between Appalachia And Rest Of The U.S.

17:52 EDT 7 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

In the early 1990s, people in this economically depressed region lagged only slightly behind other parts of the country. Today, rates of infant mortality in Appalachia are significantly higher than elsewhere, and the difference in life expectancy has grown noticeably.

Original Article: Health Gap Widens Between Appalachia And Rest Of The U.S.

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