Narrowing health disparities world-wide

We knew it already but it's good to get the hard numbers; people get different healthcare, and have different life expectancies, due to the differing levels of healthcare they receive in different parts of the world.  The new research, from the World Health Organization, notes that while health levels and outcomes differ dramatically due to a wide variety of factors (such as education and ethnicity), sadly, money makes a big impact no matter where you live. Article

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