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For the better part of a century, life expectancy in industrialized countries like the United States steadily improved. But during the past three decades—and particularly since 2010—the trend has slowed or, in some places, reversed for non-Hispanic white populations in the U.S. It’s been especially stark for 25- to 44-year-olds and for women, as well […]
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