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"As this list illustrates, economic conditions have profound impacts on a nation’s health levels that go beyond a simple correlation with per capita gross domestic product (GDP). This has implications for public policy, including economic policy. The Strategic Review of Health Inequalities in England has documented some of these implications. ..." – By Paul Dalziel and Trudi Cameron
"In cities, the proportion of water use by households has increased significantly, a trend that will only continue as global urbanization rates continue to rise. Willis, Stewart, Giurco, Talebpour, and Mousavinejad (2013) note that 66% of water used in the city of Gold Coast, Australia is used directly by households. ..." – By Leong Ching and Swee Kiat Tay
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