Rating of countries with the healthiest inhabitants

We publish the rating of countries with the healthiest inhabitants of , which included a dozen leaders from the list of Bloomberg.

Experts from the Bloomberg agency estimated 145 countries for such parameters as life expectancy, infant and mother mortality rate, smoking and alcoholism, excess weight, increased pressure, environmental pollution and the number of people suffering from a number of dangerous diseases.

As a result, a rating was obtained in which Russia was only on the 97th place out of 145. Iraq( 98th place) and East Timor( 96th place) became neighbors of our country.


  • 10. Germany.
  • 9. Sweden.
  • 8. The Netherlands.
  • 7. Spain.
  • 6. Israel.
  • 5. Japan.
  • 4. Switzerland.
  • 3. Australia.
  • 2. Italy.
  • 1. Singapore.

10. Germany.

The average life expectancy in the country exceeds 80 years. And the level of development and the quality of medical services enjoy a well-deserved authority all over the world.

9. Sweden.

On average, Swedes live to 81 years, with the highest percentage of the elderly in Europe( 18%) in this country. According to sociological surveys, 80% of citizens are satisfied with medical services.

8. The Netherlands.

With an average life expectancy of over 80 years, almost 95% of Dutch people respond positively to the quality of medical services in the country. In 2009, the Dutch healthcare system was declared the best in Europe by the Euro Health Consumer Index.

7. Spain.

Traditional adherence to proper nutrition, low number of smokers and favorable ecology support good health and high life expectancy of Spaniards( about 81 years).

6. Israel.

The country's health system is considered one of the most advanced in the world and it spends more than 8% of GDP.The right to medical care is guaranteed by the state and backed up by a compulsory insurance system.

5. Japan.

The average life expectancy in Japan is 83.91 years. According to this indicator, the people of the country of the rising sun are in the lead in our rating. Healthy Japanese people are helped by the traditions of proper nutrition, the promotion of a healthy lifestyle and the high level of national medicine.

4. Switzerland.

The state takes about 30% of health care costs. The existence of an insurance policy is mandatory for all residents of the country. Life expectancy in Switzerland is about 81 years.

3. Australia.

The state-continent is among the top ten countries in terms of average life expectancy at 81.9 years. One of the significant factors that provided Australia with "bronze" in the ranking of countries with the healthiest inhabitants is favorable ecology.

2. Italy.

Mediterranean cuisine is considered one of the healthiest in the world. In Italy, a very low percentage of residents suffering from obesity, and the average life expectancy is 81.86 years.

1. Singapore.

The leader ranking countries with the healthiest inhabitants provides its citizens the opportunity to live on average to 83.75 years. The healthcare system in Singapore is the best in Asia. In recent years, the country has become a popular center for "medical tourism" - annually about a million people come here for treatment.