Israel ranks fifth in life expectancy among OECD members

24.11.2011                      27.Cheschwan. 5772                      Jom Kippur Katan

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Israel ranks fifth in life expectancy among OECD members

Ironically, Israel has one of the lowest places among OECD members when it comes to physical resources, infrastructure and expenditure devoted to medical care.

A new report by the Organization of Economic Cooperation and Development reveals that Israel has one of the highest life expectancies among OECD members. Israelis live on average to the age of 81.6, two years longer than the average in other OECD member countries.
Israel has the fifth-longest life expectancy in the OECD, ahead of Sweden, Canada, France and Holland, for example….