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Life expectancy is rising in Finland – unlike in the UK. What’s going right? | Annika Koljonen

Scandinavian countries spend more on public services and excel in preventive health. They should beware the British modelEarlier this week, a new report from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health warned that infant mortality in the UK could be 140% higher by 2030 than in comparatively wealthy countries if current trends continue. Infant mortality rates are already twice as high as in Finland. There are also big gaps between the UK and Finland on rising life expectancy. Life expectancy has stoppe

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