The US disadvantage: worse health compared to other high-income countries

The United States currently lags behind many other high-income countries with regard to life expectancy and other important health indicators. The health disadvantage for Americans has steadily grown since its emergence during the second half of the twentieth century. The papers included here highlight the health disadvantage as well as discuss potential explanations.
Author(s): M Avendano, I Kawachi
Publication: Rev Public Health
Year published: 2014
Author(s): M Avendano, R Kok, M Glymour, L Berkman, I Kawachi, A Kunst, J Mackenbach
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Year published: 2010
Author(s): JY Ho
Publication: Health Affairs
Year published: 2012
Author(s): JA Granados
Publication: Maturitas
Year published: 2013
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Publication: Lancet Oncol
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Author(s): A Fenelon, SH Preston
Publication: Demography
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Author(s): SH Preston, A Stokes
Publication: Am J Public Health
Year published: