Which African Country is the Least Unhealthy?
African countries dominated the list of least unhealthy countries compiled by Clinic Compare, which used data from the World Health Organization, the CIA World Factbook and the World Lung Association to complete its study.
The most unhealthy to the least unhealthy countries on the continent, according to Clinic Compare. Data from World Health Organization, the CIA World Factbook and the World Lung Association was used in this research.
The darker the colour, the more unhealthy the citizens... The ranks for each country were averaged to determine which population poses the biggest threat to their health through harmful behaviours, like alcohol consumption, smoking cigarettes and obesity prevalence. In Namibia, each resident drinks 11.8 litres of alcohol annually.
The study shows the most unhealthy countries in the world, and highlights those whose residents need to change their lifestyle in order to lower their risk of developing life-threatening illnesses.
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