Bigger isn’t better: Smaller countries with low healthcare spending are HEALTHIER, report finds

Smaller countries that spend less on healthcare are healthier and happier than their big-spending peers, according to a new report.

Although Canada was named the happiest and healthiest country in the world in the annual global index, the top 10 was rounded out by small economies.

The US and the UK didn’t make it into the top 10 – falling 37th and 15th, respectively – despite their low levels of poverty and groundbreaking medical innovation.

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