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It’s been a tough year for many Americans.
For the first time in a decade, there was a recession.
There were mass shootings, the shutdown of the nation’s biggest airports, and the Zika virus.
The Great Recession hit the country hard, especially for young people, and it’s been an economic calamity.
But it’s not just the economy that’s impacted.
Many people feel neglected by the government.
They worry about their children and grandchildren not being able to access good schools, health care and other necessities.
And they feel that the government is too often taking advantage of them, according to a new study.
The National Academies of Science, Engineering and Medicine recently released its first look at how America’s political system is affecting the country’s health.
The report, published Thursday, finds that America’s dysfunctional political system can contribute to a range of health problems, including obesity, diabetes, heart disease and hypertension.
“The system is not working,” said Andrew P. Gutman, the director of the National Institute of Health’s National Center for Health Research.
“We have a broken health system that is not helping the most vulnerable people in the country.”
The problem is compounded by a lack of funding and an outdated system of health care.
For many Americans, the health system doesn’t exist.
They’ve had to rely on the government for their healthcare.
And the government can’t afford to do much with that money.
The report says that the average cost of a health insurance premium is more than $3,500.
Many Americans have to rely entirely on private health insurance plans.
The majority of the country doesn’t have coverage at all.
Healthcare costs are rising at a faster pace than wages and wages are falling.
Americans who earn $75,000 a year or less don’t have health insurance at all, and that’s not even counting people who live in households with two earners.
Health care costs are going up and the number of Americans who rely on Medicare has more than doubled since 2006.
There are more than 4 million Americans who depend on Medicare for health care, according the National Center on Health Statistics.
More:A new report released Wednesday by the Institute of Medicine found that Americans’ income levels are dropping.
The income level of Americans was around $46,400 in the middle of 2016.
But that’s down to $40,700 in the last three years.
And it dropped further in 2018 to $38