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an expected time to live as calculated on the basis of statistical probabilities

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During 2005-2010, the average male life expectancy increased by five weeks a year.
Statistics for 2012-14 show male life expectancy has dropped to 77.9 years from 78.2 in 2011-13.
This was the first year-on-year fall for male life expectancy at age 65 and 75 since 1995.
Data showing that male life expectancy was declining, even as it was increasing in the rest of the world, confirmed the impression that things were not going very well in Russia, especially outside of the major cities.
Male life expectancy at birth in NI increased by 1.4 years from 76.3 in 2006-08 to 77.7 years in 2010-12, while female life expectancy increased by 0.9 years over the period to stand at 82.1 years.
In 1999, Shanghai's male life expectancy at birth was 76.38 years, which was actually higher than London and New York City but lower than that of Tokyo and Hong Kong.
Russia's current male life expectancy at birth of 64 years is 15 years lower than male life expectancies in Germany, Italy and Sweden.
American male life expectancy at birth is the worst of 17 high-income countries - almost four years shorter than in Switzerland, Australia, and Japan.
Life expectancy among men is 80 years or more in nine countries, with the longest male life expectancy in Iceland, Switzerland and Australia.
Chris Cook calculated life expectancy for fans of every football club in the country - based on statistics for the 100,000 people living nearest to each stadium and using the latest official data from Public Health England, to work out average male life expectancy for that group.
Male life expectancy in the EU stands at 77.5 years, while in Bulgaria it is 71 years.
Currently the US ranks last in male life expectancy among the developed countries.
Male life expectancy at 65 is six months higher in KirKlees and Calderdale, with men expected to live for a further 18 years in KirKlees.
This pattern is expected to continue with male life expectancy tipped to reach 72 years and that for females to reach 75 years in the year 2015.