Blighted lives

By Michael Day LIFE expectancy in the world’s poorest countries is falling to “medieval” levels, according to the World Health Organization. These new figures reflect how long you can expect to live without succumbing to serious illness. At the top of the scale, the Japanese can expect to enjoy 74.5 years of life, but at the bottom, babies born in the stricken West African state of Sierra Leone can anticipate fewer than 26 years free of disease or disability. “Health life expectancy in some African countries is dropping back to levels we haven’t seen in advanced countries since medieval times,
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