The top 50 local areas with the highest male life expectancy
at birth were in the South-east, East of England, South-west, London and East Midlands only.
Northern Ireland Life expectancy
compared with other UK countries and the RoI
But by 2010, blacks still trailed whites, with life expectancy
for both men and women at 75.
However, life expectancy
is rising more quickly in the North East than in some other regions of the country.
At the other end of the scale, life expectancy
for both men and women is still less than 55 years in nine sub-Saharan African countries - Angola, Central African Republic, Chad, Cote d'Ivoire, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Lesotho, Mozambique, Nigeria and Sierra Leone.
Overall life expectancy
for an HIV-positive 20-year-old rose from 56.
Over the last 30 years, life expectancy
at birth for boys and girls has increased by four hours per day for females and six hours per day for males, the ONS figures showed.
KirKlees has the highest life expectancy
for a male infant in West YORKshire, while Calderdale has the highest life expectancy
for baby girls in West YorKshire.
A report on the life expectancy
of the residents of Abu Dhabi in 2011 have been revealed by the emirate's Statistics Centre.
Bivariate and multivariable logistic regression analyses were used to examine whether taking age and/or life expectancy
into account and barriers to discontinuing were associated with clinician characteristics and practice styles.
The Happy Planet Index was calculated using life expectancy
, experienced well-being and ecological footprint (per capita) of the countries with data collected from various sources including UNDP and Gallup data.
In 2006, it was reported that life expectancy
for males at age 65 is on average 19.