Black Clouds Have Silver Linings: Do Silver Clouds Have Black Linings?

Sartorius, Norman
October 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 5, p848
Academic Journal
Discusses the problems in the health care system in the former socialist economies in Europe as of 2005 which are the factors that lead to the low survival into old age. Neglect in the dietary education of the general population; Shortage of housing and overcrowded living space which led to the neglect of personal hygiene; Denial of the importance of contraception and refusal to provide discrete and quality health service to pregnant women.


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