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It is estimated that people living in a city are hospitalized about 1.5 times as often as those living in the country side, yet their health outcome appears to be the same. Explain the reasons for this phenomenon.

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    What reasons have you thought about to explain this phenomenon?

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    because the peaple living in city accicable to arrive the hhealth secter more than people live in country

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