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Yet curiously, England is also one of the few industrialized countries where the
life expectancy of adult males has not yet declined, though the chronic diseases
of this group have already shown an increase similar to that observed a decade ...
The life expectancy of young adults is still increasing in some poorer countries.
But in rich countries the life expectancy of those between fifteen and forty-five has
tended to stabilize because accidents143 and the new diseases of civilization kill
In rich countries members of different minorities are underprivileged, not because
, in terms of money per capita, they necessarily get less than their share,55 but
because they get substantially less than they have been trained to need. The.
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The Epidemics of Modern Medicine
The Medicalization of Life
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