there are lots of deaths in India. the deaths of infants have increased in numbers over the past 15 years. there fore the people of India have a very low life expectancy.
The lack of a sound medical infrastructure, preventative medicine and inoculation's, education, poverty, famine and clean water.
There are many reasons for this however disease and the lack of income to support medical purchases are among them.
Life expectancy is affected by many different factors. A few include genetics, weight, diet and lifestyle, drinking and smoking habits and if you use drugs.
A region with a low level of development may have poor health services, poor water quality and poor transport systems which may impact on life expectancy. If there is low wa…ter and food availability or quality, general health would suffer and this would lower life expectancy. If the health services in the area were poor, such as limited/no access to doctors, medication, hospitals, etc. then sick or injured people would not receive the help they need. This would also lower the life expectancy. If transport systems (such as roads) were non-existent or in poor condition, then supplies and movement would be limited. This would prevent things like the importation of medicine and movement to find water/food/medical services.
General poor lifestyle, and, of course, the Black Death a few years later.
Lack of education health being poor crimes
Lifestyle, genes, diet Hope this helps~
Obesity wroung diet lack of exercise smoking
The WRONG answer is "...Because the Scottish people choose to eat a diet that is high in fat, salt and sugar thereby increasing their chances of being affected by heart diseas…e, strokes, narrowing of the arteries and tooth decay..." The correct answer is: This only applies to a small, working-class population within Scotland, where smoking, alcohol abuse, stress, lack of vitamin D, a bleak life AND poor diet all contribute. Drugs are also a major factor in these areas. The typical working class Scottish diet is not much worse than that of other western working-class populations - but they do deep fry a lot of food in vegetable oils, and they consume a lot of white bread and sugar. When they cooked in animal fat (up until the 1970s) they were much healthier.
It's low because they are poor and so they have bad living conditions which means they are more likely to catch diseases. Therefore there is a low life expectancy.
Suffering GREATLY AND I MEAN GREATLY amounts of HIV/AIDS infection
Because of unsanitary living conditions, diseases contracted because of drinking dirty water, diseases contracted easily such as Malaria, and also because 21% of the popul…ation was killed in a genocide called the Kmher Rouge in 1975, and that 21% would now be the 70-80 year olds in Cambodia, but instead the average life expectancy is just 62.
because the climate is bad, the water is poor quality and life is in major poverty
Madagascar has an average life expectancy It is neither low or high. If we have to specify then we can consider it 'high'.
Prescription and OTC medications, better healthcare (even though some may not have access to it), welfare and government assistance programs, etc.