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Canada's WHO ranking

Identify a country and provide a brief statistical overview of the country including population, gross national income per capita, total expenditure on health, and the probability of dying in varying age groups.
Determine what the three (3) top causes of death in that country are.
How do the causes of death in that country deteriorate one's health?
What are the risk factors in the country that cause the population to most likely die from these causes?
Has the country had any recent outbreaks (ie. Swine Flu)?
What is the life expectancy of individuals in that country?
Provide citations and references for your material in APA style.

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Identify a country and provide a brief statistical overview of the country including population, gross national income per capita, total expenditure on health, and the probability of dying in varying age groups.

Canada has a estimated population of 35,182,000 citizens with a gross national income per capita of $42,610, The probability of dying under five (per 1 000 live births) is 5 per 1000 and the probability of dying between 15 and 60 years m/f (per 1 000 population, 2012) is 83 per 1000 for males and 52 per 1000 for females. The country's total expenditure on health per capita is $4,676 per citizen.

http://www.who.int/countries/can/en/

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Canada's WHO ranking

$2.19