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In Save the Children's annual ranking of the health and well-being of mothers and babies worldwide, Norway, Australia and Sweden have been ranked the world's best countries to live.
In compiling its 11th Mothers' Index, the charity analyzed such factors as access to health care, education and economic opportunities. Countries where women are well paid, have good access to contraception and are entitled to government-mandated generous maternity leave were generally those with the highest rankings. Canada ranked 24th, a designation that has caused health officials …