November 25, 2011

THANKS, HENRY:

The Myth of Americans' Poor Life Expectancy (Avik Roy, 11/24/11, Forbes)

A few years back, Robert Ohsfeldt of Texas A&M and John Schneider of the University of Iowa asked the obvious question: what happens if you remove deaths from fatal injuries from the life expectancy tables? Among the 29 members of the OECD, the U.S. vaults from 19th place to...you guessed it...first.

Posted by at November 25, 2011 5:22 AM
  

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