Men benefit more than women from increased health spending, study finds

01/5/2014 | HealthDay News

A study in the American Journal of Public Health found higher health care spending was associated with greater gains in life expectancy in men than in women. The data on 27 developed countries also showed that the U.S. ranked 22nd in terms of overall health care spending efficiency. However, the findings warrant further research, study authors noted.

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