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As per available reports about 12 relevant journals, 18 Conferences, 23 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Socialized Medicine and about 5,476 articles are being published on Socialized Medicine
Socialized Medicine is used to describe a system of publicly administered universal health care that is, medical and hospital care for all at a nominal cost by means of government regulation of health care and subsidies derived from taxation. This system can range from programs in which the government runs hospitals and health organizations to programs in which there is national universal health care. Although, these programs are often associated with communist run countries, every Western Country except the United States has some form of socialized medicine,It includes Public health, Nutritional Epidemiology, Malnutrition
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Socialized Medicine gives the information on universal health care system. Socialized Medicine Conferences describes Social and economic conditions profoundly impact health, disease, and the practice of medicine. Socialized Medicine Conferences recognizes the broad determinants of health, income and poverty, education, environmental factors such as housing and transport as well as health care and genetic influences.
Life expectancy and infant mortality rates are two of the best indicators of overall health. Average life expectancy in Great Britain was 77.4 years in 1998; in comparison, life expectancy for the U.S. population reached 76.9 years in 2000. Infant mortality in Finland is below 4 percent; in the United States it is 7 percent. Health services are available to all in Finland, regardless of their financial situations.
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