How Certain Cities Increase Life Expectancy For Poor Residents

Rich people in the U.S. are living longer than poor people. But underserved groups often have higher life expectancies in wealthy cities, demonstrating that the vicious trend can be broken, a new study concluded. A report published in The Journal of the American Medical Association found that the rich are living longer regardless of where they settle down. The richest men in America live 15 years longer than the poorest men, and the most affluent women live a decade more than the poorest women. But the length of a poor person’s life in the U.S. is heavily determined by their

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