Is Population Health a Reasonable Medical Problem? Historical and Geographic Variation in Disease, Mortality and Infrastructure, Part II:  Factors in Current World Health

Is Population Health a Reasonable Medical Problem? Historical and Geographic Variation in Disease, Mortality and Infrastructure, Part II: Factors in Current World Health

International April 17, 2016 Comments Off on Is Population Health a Reasonable Medical Problem? Historical and Geographic Variation in Disease, Mortality and Infrastructure, Part II: Factors in Current World Health

The 194 WHO member states can be analyzed for health/disease precursors and health/disease outcomes, employing data from “World Health Statistics

Is Population Health a Reasonable Medical Problem? Historical and Geographic Variation in Disease, Mortality and Infrastructure, Part I

Is Population Health a Reasonable Medical Problem? Historical and Geographic Variation in Disease, Mortality and Infrastructure, Part I

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The Questions Could 21st century medicine have dampened population afflictions caused by epidemical and endemic diseases during the 17th-19th centuries?