Thursday, October 1, 2009

If not the system, than... what?

Apparently, the fact that life expectancies in the US are lower than in other industrialized countries might not be attributable to our health care system.

If that's not the problem, we're going to need something else to blame. McDonald's is a likely scape goat, I suppose. Low density suburban living and the car-based lifestyle it promotes is another possibility. Any other candidates?

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