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Shiga ranks top in Japan's average life expectancy for men, Aomori lowest for both sexes

The Japan Times

The average life expectancy in 2015 for Japanese men was highest in Shiga Prefecture at 81.78 years, a health ministry survey showed Wednesday.


Do Jews Receive More Education Than Christians, Muslims, Hindus? New Study Breaks Down Amount Of Education By Religion

International Business Times

In the United States, Hindus received 15.7 years of schooling on average compared to Christians who received 12.7 years. Jews trailed behind Hindus with 14.7 years of schooling on average in the U.S., while Muslims received 13.6 years, Buddhists 13.4 years and unaffiliated adults received 13.2 years. Educational gaps among religions around the world are narrowing, but Jews continue to be some of the most educated people, according to a report released by the Pew Research Center Tuesday. The report tracked the educational levels of Jews, Christians, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists and adults not affiliated with any particular religion and found that Jewish people had the most amount of schooling on average globally. The study tracked the schooling of adults 25 and older.


US life expectancy falls the most since WWII to 77.3 amid the COVID-19 pandemic, CDC report finds

Daily Mail - Science & tech

The COVID-19 pandemic caused life expectancy in the U.S. to decrease by 1.5 years, a new report suggests. In 2019, life expectancy - or the average number of years a person lives - for the general American population was 78.8 years. However, using provisional data and estimates, researchers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) found this figure fell to 77.3 years in 2020. This represents the biggest drop seen since World War II. While the decline in life expectancy is primarily due to the virus - which has killed more than 600,000 Americans so far - the team says there are other factors at play including a rise in drug overdoses and deaths from diabetes.


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Japanese men and women see rise in healthy life spans, survey finds

The Japan Times

Japan's healthy life expectancy, during which people can live without health issues impeding their daily lives, stood at 72.68 years for men and 75.38 years for women in 2019, the health ministry said Monday. The healthy life expectancy rose by 0.54 year for men and 0.59 year for women from the previous survey in 2016. By prefecture, Oita was ranked top for healthy life expectancy for men, at 73.72 years. For women, Mie topped the list, at 77.58 years. The 2019 results, the fourth since the triennial survey began in 2010, were based on data from some 688,000 people in the Comprehensive Survey of Living Conditions.