Sarah Abraham

MIT

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PhD candidate in economics at MIT

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We’ve known for decades that the rich live longer than the poor. But it turns out the size of that gap depends on where you live.

The Poor Live Longer in Los Angeles

We’ve known for decades that the rich live longer than the poor. But it turns out the size of that gap depends on where you live.

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