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Healthy Life Expectancy

Based on Office of National Statistics data –  Table 8: Healthy life expectancy (HLE) and life expectancy (LE) for men and women at age 65 – 2012 to 2014

If you’ve already reached 65, the figures for Life Expectancy and Healthy Life Expectancy are:
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Age now
Number of years more of good health


Healthy Life Expectancy
Number of years more of ill health
Life Expectancy
MEN
Most deprived areas 65
+6.2 71.2 +9.6 80.8
Least deprived areas 65
+13.0 78.0 +7.9 85.9
WOMEN
Most deprived areas 65
+6.7 71.7 +11.9 83.6
Least deprived areas 65
+14.6 79.6 +8.6 88.2
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