"Like Grains of Sand in an Hourglass . . ."
"Farm Bill Subsidizes Urban Elites"

"Millions could have incorrect statin, aspirin and blood pressure prescriptions"

Let's try a little harder, shall we?

For example, he said, one of the main data sets used to derive the original equations had information from people who were 30-62 years old in 1948, and who would therefore be 100 to 132 years old in 2018 -- that is, likely dead. The older equations were often estimating people's risk as too high, possibly by an average of 20 percent across risk groups.

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