Americans are dying sooner

By Bob Herman | Axios

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention put out its latest life expectancy and death rate numbers this morning, and the figures are pretty grim.

The bottom line: “Life expectancy declined in the U.S. for the second consecutive year in 2016” from 78.7 years to 78.6 years, the CDC said. “This was the first time life expectancy in the U.S. has declined two years in a row since declines in 1962 and 1963.”

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