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Life expectancy in Hungary, Poland and European Countries. Life expectancy at birth in. Life expectancy for women is. Life expectancy for men is. Life expectancy in OECD countries .

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life expectancy in oecd countries
Life expectancyin OECD countries.
  • Most OECD countrieshaveenjoyedlargegainsin life expectancy over thepastdecadesthankstoimprovementsinlivingconditionspublichealthinterventions and progressinmedicalcare.
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
  • Organizacja Współpracy Gospodarczej i Rozwoju
  • Gazdasági Együttműködési és Fejlesztési Szervezet
reasons for differences
Reasonsfordifferences
  • Living standard
  • Lifestyle
  • Education
  • Enviromentalfactors
  • Healthcarespending per person
  • (Total healthspending is 7.8% of the GDP in Hungary it is less thanthe 9.5% OECD average. )
other factors
Otherfactors
  • Tobacco consumption

(Althoughthepercentage of adultswhosmokefellfrom 35.5% (1994) to 26.5% (2013) it is stillabovethe OECD average of 21.1%

  • Weightgain
  • (Inmany OECD countries, largeproportions of thepopulationareoverweightorobese. In Hungary theobesityrateamongadults is 28.5% comparedtothe OECD average of 17.8% Obesitycontributesto a lot of healthproblemssuchas diabetes cardiovasculardiseases and asthma)