Socioeconomic inequalities in disability-free life expectancy were of a similar magnitude in England and the United States. The socioeconomic disadvantage in disability-free life expectancy was largest for wealth, in both countries: people in the poorest group could expect to live seven to nine fewer years without disability than those in the richest group at the age of 50. – Tiny Fox Lab Facts
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