(Bloomberg) -- Economists raised their estimates for second-quarter economic growth in the U.S. after a Census Bureau report Thursday showed health-care spending rebounded.

Revenue at health-care providers rose 3% from the first quarter, according to quarterly data on service industries that aren’t adjusted for seasonal swings or price changes. At hospitals, revenue climbed 2.6% in the second quarter from the previous three months, seasonally adjusted.

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