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Old October 10th, 2001, 11:37
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American Life Expectancies

Government figures released today reveal that among US Americans:
  • male born in 2000 life expectancy is 74.1 years
  • female born in 2000 life expectancy is 79.5 years
  • heart disease is the #1 killer, followed by cancer, stroke, and respiratory diseases
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