Life expectancy to rise in many countries by 2030

Life expectancy to rise in many countries by 2030

According to a large international study, Average life expectancy will rise in many countries by 2030, breaking through 90 years in some places.

Led by Imperial scientists in collaboration with the World Health Organization, the study found that among high-income countries, the United States is likely to have the lowest life expectancy in 2030, with men and women expecting to live 79.5 and 83.3 years respectively – similar to middle-income countries like Croatia and Mexico.

As FoxNews reports, the study showed that South Koreans are likely to have the highest life expectancy in the world by 2030 and the United States one of the lowest among developed countries.

In Europe, French women and Swiss men were predicted to have the highest life expectancies, averaging 88.6 years for French women and nearly 84 years for Swiss men.