Life Expectancy in Egypt Cut by 3 Months Since Arab Spring
Since the revolution the average Egyptian's lack of access to healthcare and services has lead to a marked shortening of their lives.
The Arab Spring and the resulting fallout throughout most of the region saw the promised revolutionary peace and prosperity replaced with war, extremism, and poverty. Now, medical expert's research, published in The Lancet Global Health Journal, quantifies the impact that the failed revolutions across the region have had on the population's life expectancy.
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