Tipping Point: American Longevity Declining


In November 2015 Natural Solutions Foundation President
General Bert Stubblebine (US Army, Ret.) Exposed

Now We Know ALL Americans Will Be Dying Sooner “The Population Crash I Warned You About Now Obvious.”

Late last year General Stubbleine wrote, “White men are dying in America. Not just your ordinary mortality deaths, but something special, ominous and predictable which is a prelude for something much, much worse if we do nothing.” He appears to have been right. Now it appears white women, long thought the healthiest Americans, are dying sooner, and overall longevity is declining in America.



“One of the fundamental ways scientists measure the well-being of a nation is tracking the rate at which its citizens die and how long they can be expected to live.

“So the news out of the federal government Thursday is disturbing: The overall U.S. death rate has increased for the first time in a decade, according to an analysis of the latest data. And that led to a drop in overall life expectancy for the first time since 1993, particularly among people younger than 65.”

“For several decades, life expectancy among white women had been on the rise. Not anymore. According to Urban Institute data, between 1999 and 2013, white women’s death rates increased by nearly 12 percent, from 126 deaths per 100,000 women to 140 deaths. Such a wholesale and systematic reversal in life expectancy trends is extremely troubling, the researchers say—an “extreme indicator” that suggests large health declines in a broader population…”

“…the data from 2015 are worth paying attention to. Over that year, the overall death rate increased from 724.6 per 100,000 people to 733.1 per 100,000.

While that’s not a lot, it was enough to cause the overall life expectancy to fall slightly. That’s only happened a few times in the past 50 years. The dip in 1993, for example, was due to high death rates from AIDS, flu, homicide and accidental deaths that year.

On average, the overall life expectancy, for someone born in 2015, fell from 78.9 years to 78.8 years. The life expectancy for the average American man fell two-tenths of a year — from 76.5 to 76.3. For women, it dropped one-tenth — from 81.3 to 81.2 years.

“It’s remarkable,” Morgan says. “There are lots of things about this that are unexpected.” [1]

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[1] http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2016/12/08/504667607/life-expectancy-in-u-s-drops-for-first-time-in-decades-report-finds

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