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Dying for Coverage: The Deadly Consequences of Being Uninsured

Dying for Coverage: The Deadly Consequences of Being Uninsured

Uninsured adults are at least 25% more likely to die prematurely than adults who have private insurance. This June 2012 report from Families USA gives state-level breakdowns of the 26,100 people between the ages of 25 and 64 who died prematurely due to a lack of health insurance in 2010.