Morbidity and Mortality in 21st Century America

Morbidity and Mortality in 21st Century America

Professor Sir Angus Deaton and Professor Anne Case Present Morbidity and Mortality in 21st Century America

After a century of progress, life expectancy in America is falling, largely driven by “deaths of despair,” deaths of white non-Hispanics in midlife from alcoholic liver disease, suicides, and drug overdoses. This mortality is much higher among those without a university degree, and the epidemic is associated with other dysfunctions, including morbidity, social isolation, declining ...

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Town & Gown
665 Exposition Blvd Ste 100