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Study finds contrasting trends in Greek health during crisis
The impact of the economic crisis in Greece on health has been more nuanced than previous reports suggested, research conducted by a team of British and Greek scientists has found.
The research, published in Scientific Reports, a primary research publication from the publishers of Nature, evaluated a plethora of data on health up to 2015.
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