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|Title||Mortality Trends Among Working-Age Whites: The Untold Story|
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|Publisher||The Commonwealth Fund|
|Description||Recent research has shown an unexpected rise in death rates among middle-aged, white Americans between 1999 and 2014. While increased substance abuse and suicides explain the elevated mortality rates for younger adults, middle-aged whites also seem to be experiencing stalled or rising mortality rates for most ailments and diseases. While a national phenomenon, middle-aged whites face much more adverse mortality trends in certain states and regions.|
|Filed in||Health > Adult health|
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