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Announces Four Month Gain in New York City Life Expectancy
 
Mayor Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Frieden announce that New Yorkers born in 2006 can expect to live an average of 79 years – a gain of four months over the 2005 figure. Since 2001, life expectancy has grown by one year and three months in New York City, significantly exceeding national gains.  

Mayor Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Frieden announce that New Yorkers born in 2006 can expect to live an average of 79 years – a gain of four months over the 2005 figure. Since 2001, life expectancy has grown by one year and three months in New York City, significantly exceeding national gains.
Mayor Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Frieden announce that New Yorkers born in 2006 can expect to live an average of 79 years – a gain of four months over the 2005 figure. Since 2001, life expectancy has grown by one year and three months in New York City, significantly exceeding national gains.
Mayor Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Frieden announce that New Yorkers born in 2006 can expect to live an average of 79 years – a gain of four months over the 2005 figure. Since 2001, life expectancy has grown by one year and three months in New York City, significantly exceeding national gains.
Mayor Bloomberg and Health Commissioner Dr. Frieden announce that New Yorkers born in 2006 can expect to live an average of 79 years – a gain of four months over the 2005 figure. Since 2001, life expectancy has grown by one year and three months in New York City, significantly exceeding national gains.
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