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« Ответ #690 : 13 Август 2007, 02:19:57 »
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Americans are living longer that ever, BUT NOT as long as people in 41 other countries.
For DECADES, the United States has been slipping in international rankings of life expectancy, as OTHER COUNTRIES IMPROVE HEALTH CARE, NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLES.
Countries that surpass the U.S. include Japan and most of Europe, as well as Jordan, Guam and the Cayman Islands.
"Something's wrong here when one of the richest countries in the world, the one that spends the most on health care, is not able to keep up with other countries," said the head of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington.
A baby born in the U.S. in 2004 will live an average of 77.9 years. That life expectancy ranks 42nd, DOWN from 11th two decades earlier, according to international numbers provided by the Census Bureau and domestic numbers from the National Center for Health Statistics...

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« Ответ #691 : 13 Август 2007, 18:53:55 »
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/20228552/wid/11915773?GT1=10316

U.S. ranks just 42nd in life expectancy
Lack of insurance, obesity, racial disparities to blame, experts say


Researchers said several factors have contributed to the United States falling behind other industrialized nations. A major one is that 45 million Americans lack health insurance, while Canada and many European countries have universal health care, they say.
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