According to a Bloomberg analysis, Spain has been listed a the healthiest place in the world to live.
The 2019 version of the Bloomberg Healthiest Country Index ranked 169 economies on health variables such as life expectancy, health risks such as tobacco use and obesity, and environmental contributors that include access to clean water and sanitation in order to determine the countries’ overall population health grade. Spain, with the highest life expectancy at birth among European Union member nations, rose five spots since the last ranking in 2017, with a health grade of 92.75, according to the recent report from Bloomberg.
The top ten healthiest countries to live in the world according to the Bloomberg report are Spain (92.75%), Italy (91.59%), Iceland (91.44%), Japan (91.38%), Switzerland (90.93%), Sweden (90.24%), Australia (89.75%), Singapore (89.29%), Norway (89.09%), Israel (88.15%).
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