Source: Everyday Health

Governments in individual countries work to improve their economy, infrastructure, military, and health care to create a better quality of life for their citizens. As developed nations continue to grow, they are widening the gap between themselves and the lower-income developing countries that are struggling to develop their economies and general standard of living. Health and well-being are some of the major concerns that the World Health Organization (WHO) is tackling through the research they conduct and policies they promote. WHO keeps track of the progress countries have been making through the Global Health Observatory data repository they maintain. …

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