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Life expectancy 2.7 years longer in Armenia – report

December 16, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

A new report by the Washington Post has found that life expectancy in Armenia has grown by 2.7 years.
The findings, reflecting the differences in longevity between 1990 and 2000, demonstrate that though people in most world countries live longer today, there is an increased rate of disability.
The outcomes are available in the following map.The life expectancy in Armenia’s neighboring states, Iran and Azerbaijan, proves to be up by 6.6 years and seven years, respectively.
The study was conducted among 30,000 inhabitants of 187 countries. 

Source: TertOriginial Article

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