Explaining the Longevity Gap

The longevity gap refers to lower longevity rates in the United States relative to other developed countries.

Critics of the U.S. healthcare system point to the gap as a characteristic of the flawed health insurance system.

However, a recent New York Times article discusses the research of Samuel H. Preston and reveals some of the errors contained in the logic of critics of the U.S. health system.

Source: New York Times

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