"How much does health care matter, really? The numbers suggest that for most of us individual behaviors matter more than anything doctors do. The U.S. spends 60 percent more of national income on health care than the other advanced countries. Yet American life expectancy ranks below Italy's and Portugal's. Let me suggest four simple actions to extend and improve American life and save hundreds of billions of dollars."
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