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Health is a measurement of the level of health, fitness, and safety an average citizen of a nation has. It replaces Lifespan from Democracy 2.

A high health rating increases the number of retirees and the immigration rate. Health ratings also impact productivity, with low ratings reducing it and high ratings increasing it.

A nation's health rating is increased by Food Stamps, a Food Standards Agency, Free Eye Tests, Free School Meals, Health Food Subsidies, a Junk Food Tax, Organ Donation, an Organic Farming Subsidy, Private Healthcare, Speed Cameras, a State Health Service, Stem Cell Research, a Winter Fuel Subsidy, or a Work Safety Law.

A nation's health rating is decreased by Agriculture Subsidies, high Alcohol Consumption, high Legal Drug Consumption, high Tobacco Use, and a long Working Week.


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-Agriculture Subsidies (4)

+Free School Meals (16)

+State Health Service (4)

+Food Stamps (8)

+Food Standards Agency (12)

?Working Week (0)

+Private Health Care (4)

-Tobacco Usage (12)

-Alcohol Consumption (12)

-Doctors Strike (0)


?State Pensions(cost) (0)

+/-Retired(Membership) {-0.2+(0.4*x)} (8)

-Productivity {-0.15+(0.15*x)} (0)

+Immigration {0.1*(x^6)} (0)