Peering into the future of American longevity.

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Extract: The trend in the life expectancy of humans during the past thousand years has been generally characterized by a slow, steady increase -- though this pattern is frequently punctuated by volatility in death rates caused by epidemic and pandemic infectious diseases, famines, and war. This volatility was dramatically curtailed in the mid-19th century… (More)

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