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life expectancy
heading
Typical: 9–25
united states
Typical: 1–2
japan
heading
Typical: 1–3
switzerland
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Typical: 1–2
health care
Typical: 2–4
italy
Typical: 1–2
france
Typical: 1–2
australia
Typical: 1–2
spain
Typical: 1–3
average life expectancy
Typical: 2–4
singapore
Typical: 1–2
sweden
Typical: 1–2
iceland
Typical: 1–2
israel
Typical: 1–2
norway
Typical: 1–2
highest life expectancy
heading
Typical: 1–3
portugal
Typical: 1–2
belgium
Typical: 1–2
hong kong
heading
Typical: 1–3
united kingdom
Typical: 1–2
central african republic
Typical: 1–2
new zealand
Typical: 1–2
south korea
Typical: 1–3
luxembourg
Typical: 1–2
denmark
Typical: 1–2
poland
Typical: 1–2
netherlands
Typical: 1–3
lesotho
Typical: 1–3
united nations
Typical: 1–3
public health
Typical: 2–4
hungary
Typical: 1–2
south africa
Typical: 1–2
georgia
Typical: 1–2
chile
Typical: 1–2
finland
Typical: 1–2
lithuania
Typical: 1–2
rwanda
Typical: 1–2
latvia
Typical: 1–2
thailand
Typical: 1–2
slovenia
Typical: 1–2
malta
Typical: 1–2
argentina
Typical: 1–2
nigeria
Typical: 1–2
capita
Typical: 1–3
lifespan
Typical: 1–2
austria
Typical: 1–2
brazil
Typical: 1–2
sri lanka
Typical: 1–2
puerto rico
Typical: 1–2
costa rica
Typical: 1–2
taiwan
Typical: 1–2
paraguay
Typical: 1–2
uruguay
Typical: 1–2
andorra
Typical: 1–2
barbuda
Typical: 1–2
philippines
Typical: 1–2
lebanon
Typical: 1–2
antigua
Typical: 1–2
bahrain
Typical: 1–2
ecuador
Typical: 1–2
croatia
Typical: 1–2
tunisia
Typical: 1–2
monaco
Typical: 1–2
brunei
Typical: 1–2
macedonia
Typical: 1–2
sierra leone
Typical: 1–2
macau
Typical: 1–2
bulgaria
Typical: 1–2
slovakia
Typical: 1–2
cia
Typical: 1–2
estonia
Typical: 1–2
san marino
Typical: 1–2
obesity
Typical: 1–2
world health organization
Typical: 1–2
saudi arabia
Typical: 1–2