LIVING IN MALTA IS GOOD FOR YOUR HEALTH, CLAIMS STUDY.
Living in Malta is good for your health, according to a study.
Researchers found Maltese people live on average 90 per cent of their life in good health, better than any other EU country.
Life expectancy in Malta was also higher than anywhere else in Europe.
Maltese men live on average until the age of 79.8 years – more than a year longer than the EU average.
Women, on the other hand, lived to the average age of 84.3, again, a year longer than the EU average.
The European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies report also showed that Malta has the lowest preventable death rate in Europe.
Malta’s health minister Chris Fearne said: ‘We often cite statistics on operations, but the best health indicator for me is how we can keep our population free from disease.
‘Malta has the…
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