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For example, Japan has an average life expectancy that is 36 years greater than that in Malawi. [53] Low-income countries also tend to have fewer physicians than high-income countries. The 38-year-old man entered the hospital with a big toe oozing pus and a blood sugar that was three times the normal level. The factors most strongly associated with suicide completion were history of mood disorders and multiple health morbidities. https://enmovimiento.stanford.edu OR call us at 1-844-254-677 (toll/free/gratis).

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Publisher: Russell Sage Foundation; 1 edition (March 5, 2009)

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