UK - Life expectancy has risen by nine years since the Queen's Coronation 50 years ago, Norwich Union claims.
The pensions and insurance group said that in 1952 a woman was expected to live to 71, while today this has lengthened to 80 years.
Men now have a life expectancy of 75 years at birth compared to only 66 years at the start of the Queen’s reign.
NU attributes increased longevity to better diets, improved medical technology and better living conditions.
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