The distribution of life expectancy
across England was characterised by a north-south divide, with people in local areas in the north generally living shorter lives than those in the south.
Predicted life expectancy
was subtracted from the actual life expectancy
for all respondents and all cases, so that underestimated life expectancies were represented by negative values.
When asked the reason for their estimate of their own life expectancy
, roughly half of respondents (47% of retirees and 51% of pre-retirees) cite family history.
The lowest healthy life expectancy
for women and men was observed in Slovakia (2.
We used the risk estimates in standard, complete life tables to calculate life expectancy
for black and white men and women in each state (Preston, Heuveline, and Guillot 2001).
Udloriak Hanson, spokesperson for Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami (ITK), attributes the lower life expectancy
to a number of factors.
Among ethnic groups, Asian-Americans enjoy a life expectancy
It added: "While life expectancy
is increasing in Wirral, it is not improving at the same rate as England as a whole.
The reasons for the difference between male and female life expectancy
are not fully understood.
Data needed to estimate life expectancy
by county were taken from vital statistics reports provided by the Mississippi Department of Health (1971 and 1991) and reports for the 1970 and 1990 censuses (U.
The Antiretroviral Therapy Cohort Collaboration, Life expectancy
of individuals on combination antiretroviral therapy in high-income countries: a collaborative analysis of 14 cohort studies, Lancet, 372(9635):293-299.
In a continuation of long-term trends, life expectancy
has been steadily increasing in the United States for the past several decades.