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20200704135551analysis Of Mortality Life Expectancy In Us 1

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Analysis of Mortality & Life Expectancy in US Health, United States, 2014 Introduction  More than one century in United States, death and lifespan have declined nearly uninterruptedly. One in forty Americans died every year in 1900. By 2013, that rate was around 1 in 140, an increase of more than two-thirds cumulatively. The life expectancy at birth increased over this time, from 47 to 79, by more than 30 years as seen in fig.1.  While the global death rate has declined relatively consistently, the factors have changed over time. Public safety interventions and healthy diets contributed to significant mortality declines caused by illness in the early part of the 20th century. Medical advances and behaviour changes in people turned the tables on these diseases from the beginning of the 1960s and mortality gains have been motivated primarily by improved diagnosis and control of diseases since that time.  In spite of the gradual decrease in global mortality, ethnic and socio-economic disparities remain. Females live longer than males whereas Hispanics and the whites live longer than blacks. However the biggest disparity in life expectancy reflects educational achievement differences: on average people with college or advanced degrees live longer than people with a secondary degree for 10 years. Furthermore, while life expectancy disparities have narrowed between men and women and between ethnic groups in recent decades, educational discrepancies have increased. ? ...
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