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The Economist
According to the UN the chance of a 15-year-old boy dying by the age of 50 is now higher in America than in Bangladesh
Prescription drugs are saving lives in Africa, but ending them in America
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Olatunde O. Daniels 20 Jun 19
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Violence and what we consumes can't deny that
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Gwendolyn Ledger 20 Jun 19
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Shit...this is messed up. But I kind of believe it.
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Jane’s not Tame 20 Jun 19
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Click on the link. Much of it has to do with drugs.
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David Frank 20 Jun 19
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This must not be true because those deaths are in America and how could America, the City Upon a Hill, be anything less than perfect?
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Bonnie Resnick 20 Jun 19
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What about 15-year old girls?
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Naomi North #GlovesOff 20 Jun 19
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Kurt Weldon 20 Jun 19
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True, but as long as that boy is not related to the Kochs or the Waltons, it's all good...
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Dizzy 20 Jun 19
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Pantone 20 Jun 19
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The trick for the Bangladeshi is getting to fifteen.
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Kafka 20 Jun 19
I get you want to shift focus, but US childhood mortality rates is nothing to be too proud of. Especially compared w Europe.
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