Health law opposition

Health law opposition - News reading recorded since 1985....

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News reading recorded since 1985. Younger Americans were more likely to drink alcohol than older Americans; only 59% of respondents aged 55 and older said they were drinkers, compared to 72% of those aged 18–54. Despite some yearly fluctuations, the percent- age of Americans who say they drink alcohol has been stable over Gallup’s 71 years of tracking consumption rates. Beer remains the alcoholic bev- erage of choice among Americans, fol- lowed by wine and liquor. The high point for drinking occurred between 1976 and 1978, when 71% of Ameri- cans polled said they drank alcohol. The low point was recorded in 1958, at 55%. When Gallup first asked Americans about drinking at the tail- end of the Great Depression in 1939, 58% of adults said they were drinkers. The results for the poll are based on telephone interviews with a random sample of 1020 adults, aged 18 and older. — Lauren Vogel, CMAJ Japanese longevity : The average Japanese woman can expect to live 86.4 years, a new world record. Based on 2009 statistics, this life expectancy
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