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Currently we use life expectancy data from

Life expectancy depends on the country of residence. The quality and availability of medical care, the level of education and economic well-being have a significant impact on life expectancy. Countries with a developed health care system and a high level of education tend to have higher life expectancy. The economic level also affects access to quality services and living conditions, influencing the life expectancy of the population. Understanding these factors will help countries develop strategies to increase the length and quality of life of their citizens.