Study: Sudden wealth loss can heighten risk of death by 50%

(By Megan Knowles for Becker’s Hospital Review)

Americans who experienced a “negative wealth shock,” or the loss of at least 75 percent of their wealth in two years, faced a 50 percent increased risk of death in the next 20 years, according to a study published in JAMA. Continue reading article here…

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