Yeboah, David Achanfuo
January 2007
Arab Studies Quarterly;Winter2007, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p61
Academic Journal
The author discusses the correlations found between health and health services among the population of the United Arab Emirates (UAE). He made use of data provided from the Ministry of Health and the Department of Statistics, Ministry of Economy and Planning in the UAE. Generally, the greater the population density, the better the health services offered.


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