America's Health by the Numbers

America's life expectancy has been on a steady increase for the past decade from 76.5 in 1997 to 78.7 in 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While we sure are living longer, it doesn't mean that we're necessarily living healthier. From lifestyle choices and diet to mental and physical health, we've rounded up some key health indicators to see how Americans are really doing.

America's Health by the Numbers

America's life expectancy has been on a steady increase for the past decade from 76.5 in 1997 to 78.7 in 2011 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While we sure are living longer, it doesn't mean that we're necessarily living healthier. From lifestyle choices and diet to mental and physical health, we've rounded up some key health indicators to see how Americans are really doing.

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