“[I]n some other parts of the country, adults with the lowest incomes die on average as young as people in much poorer nations like Rwanda, and their life spans are getting shorter.”

For poor Americans, the place they call home can be a matter of life or death. The poor in some cities – big ones like New York and Los Angeles, and also quite a few smaller ones like Birmingham, Ala. – live nearly as long as their middle-class neighbors or have seen rising life expectancy in the 21st century.

Read more at: www.nytimes.com

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Matt Stiles

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