What are the living conditions in Indian country?

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While health, education and economic conditions have improved in the last several years, native communities still lag behind the rest of the country in most every category. Income levels are substantially lower in Indian country than the rest of the nation.  Indians on reservations also are much more likely than the general population to die from accidents, alcoholism, diabetes, pneumonia, suicide, homicide and tuberculosis.

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