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Uninsured age 50-64 face higher death risk

By Alice Dembner
Globe Staff / July 7, 2004

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More than 105,000 Americans age 50 to 64 may die prematurely in the next eight years because they lack health insurance, according to the first study to examine the link between insurance and death among pre-retirees, who face increasing health risks at the same time employers are cutting benefits. (Full Article: 726 Words)

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