Arguably the greatest American advancement of the 20th century was the 30-year increase in U.S. life expectancy at birth, from 47 years in 1900 to 77 years in 2000. Having achieved that, it’s easy now to take it for granted. Some worrisome signs, though, point to the need to focus on life expectancy once again -…

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