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Healthy life expectancy
The number of years a person of a certain age can expect to live in good health, assuming that the age specific chances on mortality and ill-health remain constant. Good health can be defined in four...
Life expectancy forecast for 65-year-olds: 21.05 years in 2028
According to current projections by Statistics Netherlands (CBS), the life expectancy of 65-year-olds will stand at 21.05 years in 2028.
Life expectancy table
Table showing how many of 100,000 newborn boys or girls will reach the age of 0.5, 1.5, 2,5 years etc. on the basis of the mortality rate during a given period or birth cohort.
Health, lifestyle, health care use and supply, causes of death; key figures
Birth, death, life expectancy, health and disease, use of health care services, education and labour market, costs of care, care providers
Life style and (preventive) health examination; personal characteristics
Smoking, alcohol and drug use, being overweight, physical activity, sexual health, nutrition, health examination, giving informal care.
10 percent more deaths than expected in 2021
In 2021, nearly 171 thousand deaths were recorded. This is 16 thousand (10 percent) more than the expected number for last year. There was excess mortality in every age group. Flevoland, Zeeland and...
Life tables describe the mortality and survival patterns of a population. On the basis of (annual) mortality rates for each age or age group, they provide information on parameters such as the number...
Lower income brackets have shorter healthy life expectancy
The average life expectancy of people living in households with incomes below the poverty line is approximately 5 years shorter than the life expectancy of higher incomes. The healthy life expectancy...
Life table population
Fictitious cohort usually consisting of 100 thousand men or women who, at any age, are subject to sex and age-specific mortality risks as observed in a given period or for a given birth cohort.
Non-life insurance claim
Payment made by resident and non-resident insurance companies to resident and non-resident policy holders in order to compensate for damage resulting from accident, illness, theft, collision etc.
Non-life insurance premiums
Premiums paid by resident and non-resident policy holders to resident and non-resident insurance companies in order to insure against damage resulting from accident, illness, theft, collision etc.
A contract between an insurer and an insured person. The insurer agrees to pay an amount in cash, in one or more payments, on a given date or when reaching a certain age, or when the insured person...