Life expectancy and the shock of reforms by Michael Wyzan THERE is much evidence of a worsening health situation in Russia and the other European parts of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the 1990s. The phenomenon is manifested in such alarming trends as a decline in Russia's already low life expectancy: from 64.9 in […]

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