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The death rate for incarcerated people in state and federal prisons from COVID-19 was 20% higher than for the average American.
Over 40% of Planned Parenthood revenue comes from government reimbursements and grants.
COVID-19 accounted for half of the decrease in life expectancy.
Children younger than 1 year old have the highest rates of victimization.
Around 65% of women aged 15-49 use some form of contraception.
Tax credits and cost-sharing reductions can help reduce the cost of premiums, copayments, and deductibles in certain health insurance plans.
Ability to pay, access to health insurance, and freedom to take time off from work all contribute to a person’s health outcomes. They also differ between racial and ethnic groups.
The ten most expensive drugs covered by Medicare are responsible for about a fifth of total Medicare drug spending.
Nearly 30 million Americans lack health insurance. Characteristics such as geography, age, race or ethnicity, income, and education can impact whether someone has insurance.
21.2 million Americans received their second booster by the end of July.
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