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MetLife: High-income Americans look sicker

Obesity and other problems could be decreasing consumers' reserves of health-based wealth. (AP photo/Jeff Chiu)
Obesity and other problems could be decreasing consumers' reserves of health-based wealth. (AP photo/Jeff Chiu)

High-income U.S. residents tend to be healthier than low-income U.S. residents, but both groups seem to be more likely to suffer from chronic illness.

Lawrence Weiss and Marta Malone, researchers at the Center for Healthy Aging, have including data supporting that conclusion in a report distributed by the MetLife Mature Market Institute

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