The good news is that there are a number of things that can be done to increase people’s well-being and improve their quality of life.
We’ve talked about some of these before in this article on “the effects of poverty on our health.” One is nutrition, which is a huge factor in health. Not only does poor nutrition cause malnutrition, but it can also increase the risk of certain cancers and heart disease. Another is smoking, which can put a person at greater risk for lung cancer.
One of the more surprising findings from the study was how different the health of people on the very bottom of the income distribution is. The people with the lowest income didn’t fare as well as people with higher incomes. One reason for this is that they were older. There is also a higher risk among people who have been in a low status job for a longer period of time.
One of the findings of this study is that the average american aged 65 or older already has heart disease and cancer. One reason for this is that most american’s get these diseases after getting older. Another reason is that while the poor dont have health issues, they do have shorter life expectancies.
The study also found that the percentage of people who die earlier is higher for the poor than for the rich.
The truth is that the poor are more likely to experience illnesses and diseases, especially those that plague the elderly. These are issues that tend to cause higher levels of stress for these individuals. This is not to imply that those who are rich are somehow immune to stress, but if you haven’t experienced it yet, odds are you probably won’t either.
So if you’re rich you’re pretty much doomed. The study also makes a case that this is why it is that the poor tend to live longer. If we were to compare deaths among wealthy and poor people, it would be easy to see that the poor don’t die as often, and in a much shorter period of time. That is, wealthy people tend to die earlier than their counterparts.
I know that the study is from a few years ago, but the conclusion is still valid. If youre rich you are more apt to die sooner.
the study, by Robert Putnam, professor of public policy at Harvard, and author of Bowling Alone, found that the poor in America die about three years earlier than the people who are wealthy. The study goes on to say that “the average death rate for the poor in recent years was about 40 percent higher than the average death rate for the richest Americans.” Why is that? Well, this is very simple.
Poor people in the United States are living shorter lives than before. According to the study, this poor health is due to a number of reasons. One, the poor are a bigger proportion of the population, so they have more money to spend on health care. And two, the poor have worse health habits and habits to begin with. These habits include drinking less, being more likely to smoke, etc.