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People Living In Poverty Are At A Higher Death Risk Than Obese People And Alcoholics: Study
 

People Living In Poverty Are At A Higher Death Risk Than Obese People And Alcoholics: Study

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Our socio-economic status plays a huge role on our health and well-being, believe it or not. A new study reveals that people living in poverty are at a higher death risk than obese people and
 
healthscienceandtechnology.com
 
2 Feb 2017 - General
 
It is established that poor socioeconomic status leads to increased risk of cervical cancer, and also pneumonia and even accidental deaths. The most common cause of death are cancer, cardiovascular diseases, pneumonia and stroke in the developed world. In the undeveloped region, the ones on top could be cardiovascular diseases, infectious diseases and accidental deaths unclassified, where cancer is too on the emerging list. By focusing on cancer, cardiovascular diseases and infectious diseases w...
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