People are living longer, as we all know.
The average lifespan of a U.S. woman is just over 82 years, a man, just over 77. But outside of the U.S., people are actually living much longer than they are here. Japanese men and women tend to live five and three years longer than their U.S. counterparts, respectively.
And for the menfolk, here are the leading nations:
7. Italy, 80
8. Japan, 80
9. Sweden, 80
10. Luxemborg, 79.7
Photo: Gothenburg, Sweden.