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National Geographic: The Cost of Care

From National Geographic, an infographic compares health care costs per person to life expectancy. No surprise: The US line is a bummer. The country pays $2,800 a year more than any other country, even with significantly less doctor visits, and gets lower life expectancy in return.
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