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U.S. Veterans Fared Better Than the General Population During COVID — Despite More Pre-existing Conditions

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The coronavirus pandemic took a heavy toll on all kinds of groups in 2020 — including U.S. veterans. A new study reveals deaths among military veterans increased by 16 percent last year. Despite that saddening rise, researchers from Vanderbilt University Medical Center note that veterans actually fared far better than the general population…

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