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Stress loads have grown heavier since the late 1970s, and the increase has been substantially larger for low-income people than for high-income people. (Photo: Getty)

(Bloomberg View) — Stress, I’ve long suspected, may explain why lifespans have been lengthening for high-income Americans but have remained the same or even shortened for low-income and middle-income people.

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