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America is a world leader in health inequality

Of the 32 rich and middle-income countries studied, only Chile and Portugal had a wider gulf

Washington

THE divide between health outcomes for the richest and poorest Americans is among the largest in the world, according to a new study.

Of people in households making less than US$22,500 a year, a full 38 per cent reported being in poor or fair health in a survey taken

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