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For the first time in 2 decades, life expectancy has declined

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For the first time in two decades, life expectancy has declined in the U.S. and Obesity appears to have played a major role along with the rising rates of eight leading causes of death, including heart disease, stroke, diabetes and dementia. But would it shock you to also learn that the deaths which are created in hospital environments and physycian errors plus the huge amount of people who die from take drugs prescribed by their doctors. Plus it may shock you to learn the this decline in life expectancy is a "uniquely American phenomenon. No other developed countries experience this decline. Will we Americans wake up and face our produced ignorance, by the big for profit healthcare industry who have created the most expensive healthcare for Americans in history, which produce the least healthy results? Tune in Wednesday Dec 28th at 7PM--For The Rest Of The Story.

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