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List of South American countries by life expectancy

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Life Expectancy Data by South American Countries:
– Brazil: 77.25 (World Bank Group, 2021)
– Uruguay: 75.44 (World Bank Group, 2021) / 77.9 (United Nations, 2022) / 77.1 (WHO, 2019)
– Argentina: 75.39 (World Bank Group, 2021) / 76.7 (United Nations, 2022)
– Ecuador: 73.67 (World Bank Group, 2021) / 77.0 (United Nations, 2022) / 78.4 (WHO, 2019)
– Colombia: 72.83 (World Bank Group, 2021) / 77.3 (United Nations, 2022) / 79.3 (WHO, 2019)
– Peru: 76.7 (United Nations, 2022) / 79.9 (WHO, 2019)

Factors Influencing Life Expectancy:
– Access to healthcare services
– Socioeconomic status
– Environmental conditions
– Lifestyle choices
– Genetic predispositions

Regional Disparities and Influences on Life Expectancy:
– Variations in healthcare infrastructure
– Socioeconomic inequalities
– Prevalence of diseases
– Public health policies
– Cultural norms influencing health behaviors

Impact of Education on Life Expectancy:
– Higher education levels correlate with longer life expectancy
– Education promotes healthier lifestyle choices
– Access to healthcare information and resources
– Improved socio-economic opportunities
– Reduced likelihood of engaging in risky behaviors

Public Health Initiatives Affecting Life Expectancy:
– Vaccination programs
– Disease prevention campaigns
– Health education initiatives
– Access to clean water and sanitation
– Maternal and child health programs

This is a list of South American countries by life expectancy at birth.

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