The top 10 safest countries in the world are as follows:

  1. Iceland
  2. New Zealand
  3. Portugal
  4. Austria
  5. Denmark
  6. Canada
  7. Singapore
  8. Czech Republic
  9. Japan
  10. Switzerland

Top 10 HEALTHIEST countries in the world
1. SPAIN
There must be something in Paella because Spain is officially the healthy country of the world. With the food items in olive oil, vegetables, meat, and red wine, the people are more concerned with the freshness and the location of the food. (Spanish people also recommend eating less fast food than other European countries other than Italy) From a far-reaching point, you can’t reduce the quality of any good nap…

2. ITALY

Children born in Italy can expect to live up to 80 years. Even on pizza and pasta lands, most residents lead an active lifestyle and adhere to high levels of vegetables and olive oil, which leads to cholesterol and good-normal. We think it’s time for Italians to add health to the list of better jobs than anyone else.

3. ICELAND

There is a lot of writing about the northern lights and the northern food and it seems that both have sent Iceland to the top of the list. The country’s citizens are active and out of state and a diet that combines fresh seafood and farm meat helps men and women to save their lives in the 1980s. (And some of these restorations of the Blue Lagoon must be).

4. JAPAN

For the combination of diet and diet, Japan is the oldest population in the world: scientists report that more than one-third of the country’s population is 655, the highest number of centuries in the world in Okinawa. The Hara Hachi Bu habit in Okinawa (eat until you are 80% full) is also shown to increase longevity and reduce the incidence of disease.

5. SWITZERLAND

With many being known as the best healthcare system in the world, the Swiss have high expectations of some lives (84 years). Other important factors include drinking water, low crime rates, and a high career balance. We all think that the Alpine can do something with skiing.

6. SWEDEN

With carbohydrates and fat-low diets, The Swedish Nordic countries have the second-highest life span (82 years, Norway after 83 years) are you heading for Fika?

7. AUSTRALIA

Take a look at the country’s beaches and dramatic beaches and why so many Australians are healthy and happy. Local food is not a trend here – it’s like a living, going out.

8. SINGAPORE

It is not to say that its training is more known for its food scene than in its training classes, but Singapore is one of the healthiest countries in Asia. People here are balancing their love for hawker food with an active lifestyle – in fact, the government has distributed free bits to its citizens in 2012 even those who have been studying the exercise carts have the best health care in the world.

9. NORWAY

As if we need more evidence that Scandinavia kills in the wellness department, Norway makes its debut on this year’s list with clean air and water, high life expectancy (83 years old) and low rates of murder (0.4%, compared to the world average) of 3.7%). We believe that the breathtaking scenery of the country could make life a little better too.

10. ISRAEL

Children born in Italy can expect to live up to 80 years. Even on pizza and pasta lands, most residents lead an active lifestyle and adhere to high levels of vegetables and olive oil, which leads to cholesterol and good-normal. We think it’s time for Italians to add health to the list of better jobs than anyone else.

Source: The Bloomberg Global Health Index

Top EDUCATED countries in the world. Percentage represents higher education program for those 25 – 64 years of age

  1. Canada 56.27%
  2. Japan 51.40%
  3. Israel 49.90%
  4. South Korea 47.6%
  5. United Kingdom 45.96%
  6. United States 45.67%
  7. Australia 43.74%
  8. Finland 43.60%
  9. Norway 43.02%
  10. Luxembourg 42.86%