Life Expectancy

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Life expectancy is the most general and best known measure of the health status of the population. Changes in life expectancy are related to a range of interdependent variables such as living standards, lifestyles, and access to quality health services. As underlying socio‐economic factors do not change overnight, changes in life expectancy are best assessed over long periods of time.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: February 1, 2007

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