2008-08-29Berichte und sonstige Texte DOI: 10.25646/3073
Report: "Health in Germany"
Life expectancy is rising and the general health situation is good, but the number of people who smoke, are too fat, take too little exercise and/or drink too much alcohol is still too high. These are the main conclusions of the health report entitled "Health in Germany", which has just been published as part of Federal Health Reporting (GBE) by the Robert Koch Institute on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Health.
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