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Wealthy spending more on health care than poor and middle class, reversing trend

from CNBC

Health-care inequality is the new income inequality. The rich in the United States — despite being healthier on average than the poor — have become the biggest buyers of health care, a dramatic shift in spending patterns across income groups, according to a new Harvard study. The study also reveals that the poor in recent years have become the group with the lowest-spending per capita, after decades of being the biggest spenders. more

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