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I generally agree with your points. However, your comment with regard to working hours does not in-fact hold up to scrutiny. The number of hours someone works a week is, on a national level, not the deciding factor of health. Over work, lack of sleep, stress and so forth all contribute to ill-health, but if you actually perform some statistics(which I have - feel free to do the same!), you'll find that there is very little relationship between the number of hours people in a nation work, and their health. The effect is completely swamped by other things, like local violence, and quality of health care(which tend to go with high work loads, but among comparable countries there is no effect). Otherwise a nice article, but the first 4 paragraphs are simply not very true(on average). There are lots of other societal problems which account for this.