WASHINGTON (TNS) Signs of declining health for American men abound in the National Center for Health Statistics latest annual report.
Life expectancy at birth for males declined to 76.1 years in 2017 from 76.5 in 2014, according to the data. At age 65, men are projected to live another 18.1 years compared with 20.6 years for women.
These and other takeaways from the annual report, which tracks the health of the U.S. population across different metrics, have implications for productivity, wages and the broader economy.
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