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The 5 healthiest countries in the world are mainly from Europe

The healthiest five countries in the world all received the same score when the World Economic Forum ranked 138 countries for their health. Every year, WEF releases its Global Competitiveness Report on the state of the world's economies. The WEF looks at data on areas as varied as the soundness of banks to the sophistication of businesses in each country. It then uses the data to compile a picture of the economy of almost every country on earth.
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