LONDON, England — London is the capital of England and the fourth-most-livable city in the United Kingdom, according to a new study released Monday by the UK’s National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE).
The study, which surveyed the life expectancy of people living in the capital over a period of years, also showed that London has the highest life expectancy in England.
London was ranked first by the National Institute of Health and the lowest by the British Medical Association.
“The most livably built city in England is the UK capital, which is an impressive feat,” said lead author Professor David Nutt, who led the study.
“The figures for London are quite remarkable given that most people in the country are living longer than they did in 2005.
The capital is also the most heavily-populated city in Britain.”
London has a population of about 1.6 million people, according the NICE.
The UK has the second-highest average life expectancy for a major British city at 81.2 years, according a 2014 report from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
The average life span of people in London is now 79.4 years.
The NICE found that life expectancy is higher in London than in any other city in Europe.
The study found that people living outside London are healthier, live longer and are more likely to have a family and to have health insurance than people living there.
The health care system in London, the report found, has improved significantly in recent years, but it still lags behind other major cities in the US.
The findings are consistent with recent research from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which has found that a large proportion of the world’s population lives in extreme poverty, which has led to an increase in death rates from infectious diseases, including cardiovascular disease, and cancer.
While life expectancy at birth has increased in the past decades, the NIT said it is still not as high as some of the countries in the developed world, where life expectancy has increased from 67 years in 2005 to 76.8 years in 2020.
London is now ranked first in the world in terms of life expectancy, according with an average of 79.2.
The city has the fourth highest life expectancies in the entire world and the highest in Europe with an overall average of 83.2 life expectancy.
The next-highest place was Munich, which had an average life expectancy of 76.4, followed by Tokyo with an 81.8.
The report noted that the life expectants in the top five most-livably-built cities are also the highest-paid workers in the U.K., with a median hourly pay of £22.83 ($35.76) in 2020 compared with £18.83 in the bottom five most livly-built urban areas.
London’s median weekly pay was just over £1 ($2.65).NUTT said it would be interesting to see how life expectancy changes in London and other major British cities, such as London’s north-east, as the city’s population grows.
The city’s high levels of poverty, and the large number of residents in deprived areas, have made life expectancy a major concern for many in the city.
The authors of the report, which was published in the British Journal of Health Care, said the study was important for both health professionals and policymakers.
“Although the life span statistics show that London is still ahead of other British cities in terms, these trends should not overshadow the importance of maintaining the health and wellbeing of our population,” the report said.
“If we continue to invest in health and the lives of our young people, the life spans of our cities will continue to improve.”