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Global life expectancy has increased over the last 65 years - this animation shows it in just 13 seconds

Modern medicine has transformed our life expectancy over the last century. Image: Unsplash/Philippe Leone

Jeff Desjardins

Founder and editor, Visual Capitalist

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What life expectancy is believed to have looked like 20-30 years prior to 1820 - with age 25 as the average. Image: Cato Insitute, Our World in Data

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