Always have to be a little careful with statistics - as they can be manipulated to say a lot of things.
But, you can read the article for yourself and form your own opinion.
Children between the ages of 15 and 19 are 82 times more likely to die from gun homicide in the United States than in peer countries.
Between 2001 and 2010, researchers found that the risk of death in the United States was 76 percent higher for infants than in peer countries. In addition, the US has an infant death rate from extreme prematurity three times that of its peer countries.
If you're reading this blog, I assume you have nothing to be afraid of. You'll be fine.
The reason the numbers are becoming so bad, relative to other peer countries, is not because of the wealthy and/or middle class in the United States, but because of this growing mass in our culture called "the poor".
I'm all for making America great again. The follow-up question is really important.