Who live longer life?
By Gil ggg
August 16, 2017 7:38am CST
According to an annual study conducted by the CIA, Monaco ranks first with an average lifespan of 89.68 years, thanks to the calm atmosphere in the country. But even the Japanese can be proud with an average life expectancy of 83.91 years. In a CIA study of the world's countries published annually in the World Factbook, millions of death certificates are classified according to factors such as race, sex, cause of death, etc. to determine average life expectancy This year, the agency determined that the world's life expectancy is 67.59 years and it identifies which populations live the longest. In the United States, for example, the average life expectancy is 78.49 - well above the global average. Many experts blame this on the medical developments that are now addressing problems that in the past would have shortened our lifespan. In contrast, medically retarded countries report a much lower life expectancy. For example, Chad's population can expect an average life expectancy of just under 50 years.
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Life expectancy has a strong impact on lives. Yay, Captain Obvious is back. I mean, you'll often see women becoming mothers at a very young age in countries such as Chad, and pretty much the opposite in Monaco or Japan. I would bet Italy's life expectancy is high too, because here women usually become mothers in their 30's. I'm quite surprised at the US, it's still a high average considering all the people dying at an early age because of obesity, cancer and other diseases caused by poor life choices.
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Less stress, plus good genes, a healthy diet, and an interest in life help one to live longer. What is Israel's life expectancy? My American friends, who live in Israel, have a mother well into her 90s. Today is her birthday. She outlived my parents and her husband by 30 years.