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Earlier Diagnosis of Disease and Better Public Health Policies Can Drive Further Gains in Future Life Expectancy, Swiss Re Sigma Says
December 05, 2018
ZURICH, Switzerland, Dec. 5 -- Swiss Re issued the following news release:

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- In recent years, gains in life expectancy slowed in a number of advanced countries

- Not yet clear whether recent slowdown in the rate of mortality improvement temporary or permanent

- Changing trends in circulatory disease underlie the slowdown; likely linked to rising obesity rates associated with poor diet and physical inactivity

- Future advances . . .

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