... because Japan has the highest life expectancy at 83 years the World Health Organisation has recently realized figures
Australia, Iceland, Italy, San Marino: 82
Andorra, France, Israel, Monaco, New Zealand, Norway, Singapore, Spain, Sweden: 81
and the lowest of a baby born in 2007 were...
Sierra Leone: 41
Lesotho, Zimbabwe: 45
Chad, Zambia: 46
Central African Republic, Guinea-Bissau, Mozambique, Swaziland, Uganda: 48
Burkina Faso, Burundi, Mali: Nigeria 49
The bottom line is medical care has advanced especially in developed countries, then in war torn African Nations and places like Afghanistan we can understand this number. We are truly blessed if we live in highest ranked countries.
But don't forget, the US has one of the best health systems but Japan and other countries top it, you have to take ownership for your health, follow a balanced diet and keep active. A lot of the countries with high numbers probably do. I know a lady here who's 107!, she still mops the floor, and makes the effort to walk with her walker and eats healthily
Again if you need a helping hand I am here for ya...