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100,000 Deaths Each Year Are Preventable

A new CDC study found that in some states almost 40 percent of premature deaths — under the age of 80 — were preventable. Residents in Mississippi and the Stroke Belt (the Southeast) were more likely to die early, while places like Idaho, Connecticut and Maryland were the places that people lived longer, NBC.com says.  

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