According to the World Health Organization, Japanese individuals can live 75 years of their life fully and without any disabilities.
According to records, the small Italian island of Sardinia has the highest percentage of people living to be 100 or older.
The Nicoya Peninsula is one of the world's five "Blue Zones", an area where local people live longer and healthier lives on average.
The city of 21,000 people is one of the world's five original blue zones, where people live longest and are healthiest.
Every third person on the island of Ikaria lives for more than 90 years and remains healthy without much effort.
The lifestyle of Singapore is multi-cultural, they maintaining their own unique way of life and living harmoniously at the same time.
Hong Kong has some of the happiest and most satisfied residents of any major city in the world.
San Marino's small population and high standard of living have helped ensure a relatively balanced distribution of wealth.
Surprisingly the small Nordic country of Iceland ranks high among the world's happiest countries according to its quality of life.
A child born in Australia today is expected to live to the age of 84.3, giving the country the third highest life expectancy in the world.
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