People Who Experience Sudden, Dramatic Financial Loss Are 50% More Likely To Die Within 20 Years
The study suggests that financial health is more closely tied to wellbeing than might have been previously assumed.
Los Angeles Times:
A Sudden Loss Of Wealth May Be Hazardous To Your Health
Your financial health may have more bearing on your physical health than you realize. American adults who experienced a sudden and substantial loss of wealth were 50% more likely to die in a 20-year period than were others in their age group whose financial picture remained relatively stable, or improved. (Kaplan, 4/3)