Why the French are more likely to live to 90
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Why the French are more likely to live to 90

A new study from Imperial College London says people will be living longer in many countries by 2030, with some places exceeding an average of 90-years-old.

Professor Majid Ezzati, the lead researcher of the study, tells Radio 4's Today that people in countries such as South Korea and France are living longer due to diet, lifestyle and medical technology.

  • 22 Feb 2017
  • From the section World
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