Study: Changes to Social Security benefits may improve health

by Staff | February 17th, 2011

February 17, 2011

According to a new study published in the Journal of Public Health Policy, Americans over the age of 65 experienced lower mortality rates in the periods that followed improvements to Social Security benefits.

The authors ask that as Congress and President Barack Obama discuss changes to Social Security benefits, they consider the possibility of reduced mortality and improved health for Americans.

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