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Healthy life expectancy at birth and age 65 by upper tier local authority and area deprivation: England, 2012 to 2014

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  • In 2012 to 2014, males at birth in England could expect to spend a higher proportion (79.7%) of their remaining lives in “Good” health, compared with females (76.9%).
  • London had the largest inequality in healthy life expectancy (HLE) at birth between upper tier local authorities (UTLAs) for males and females at 13.6 years and 17.6 years respectively.
  • At birth, males in Wokingham could expect to live 15.5 years longer in “Good” health than males in Blackpool (70.5 years compared with 55.0 years).
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