A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE
A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE
United States

Letters | US must address rich-poor life expectancy gap

Topic |   United States
A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE
A passenger on the subway in Washington on April 3. In America, the richest women live 10 years longer than the poorest women. For men, the gap is even wider. Photo: EPA-EFE
READ FULL ARTICLE