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Does winning an Emmy, an election, or entry to the Baseball Hall of Fame mean you will live longer than those you beat?

Research has long linked high socioeconomic status with better health and lower mortality. But what?s remained unclear is whether this association has more to do with access to resources (education, wealth, career opportunity, etc.) or the glow of high social status relative to others.
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