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Big government (or good neighbors) can improve people's health

Citizens who live in liberal states tend to be healthier -- but so do those who live in communities where they trust their neighbor, research shows. The study found that states with high levels of liberalism and those with high levels of social trust have higher levels of health and wellbeing.
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