If you’re like me, your Sunday nights are feeling empty without Mad Men to occupy them. Sure, shows both new (The Newsroom) and old (Breaking Bad, Weeds) fill the void – but I can’t wait for Mad Men to come back in Season 6! 

In the meantime, I found a Forbes article from back in March about how health care and specific health outcomes have changed (mostly for the better) since the 1960s. Not surprisingly, mortality from heart disease has declined and tobacco use has declined, but our drinking habits (an average of 8.8 liters per capita) haven’t changed much since the days of Don Draper. Check out the infographic (via Forbes) below for more trends. 

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