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in which countries do people live the longest?
Oct 23, 2012 12:06 AM
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I think in Asian continent

October 28, 2012

I have always believed people in Japan are the longest-lived... two people here, commenting the same, is kind of confirming this idea. I guess it depends on the lifestyle and enviroment they live in. Wink

October 23, 2012

It is a non-existent country, where there is no pollution: cars, industry, emissions, where there are only trees, flowers and grass, also clean lakes, rivers and seas:)))) I think more or less New Zeland and Greenland fits this description:))))

October 23, 2012

i think the north of Europe

October 23, 2012
Hi Mardz, Nice question. The countries with the longest average life expectancies are invariably wealthy nations with good health care systems and healthy lifestyles , with Japan at the top of the list, according to this 2006 data from the United Nations Statistics Division. The average life expectancy in Japan is now 83 years. Following Japan, several countries have life expectancy of 82 years: Andorra, Australia, Monaco, San Marino and Switzerland. The countries with an average expectancy of 81 years are Canada, France, Israel, Iceland, Italy, Spain and Sweden. With an average life expectancy of 78, tied with Slovenia and Cuba among others, the United States lags behind other industrialized nations and those with similarly-sized economies. Cheers Mardz, Mary :)
October 23, 2012
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