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Study shows health improving globally, but progress is patchy

LONDON (Reuters) - Globally, people's health is improving and life expectancy is rising, but progress is far from universal with chronic diseases bringing long-term illness and causing seven out of 10 deaths, according to research published on Thursday.
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