Women lag behind men in life expectancy gains
A new study finds women's life spans are now improving at a slower pace than men.
In a 10-year study, researchers found that life expectancy for men grew by 4.6 years on average but only by 2.7 years for women.
The study was conducted at the University of Washington.
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