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As of 2011 the average life expectancy in Lebanon was 79.5 years old with 84 years old for the females and 77 for males.
|LEBANON: Health (Source: EIU)||2005||2006||2007||2008||2009||2010|
|Life expectancy, average (years)||78.8||78.8||78.9||79.0||79.1||79.5|
|Healthcare spending (% of GDP)||6.7||7.7||7.2||7.6||8.0||6.2|
|Healthcare spending ($ per head)||233||277||298||300||311||325|
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