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Les espérances de vie en bonne santé des Européens

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  • Jean-Marie Robine

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  • Emmanuelle Cambois

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Depuis 2005 Eurostat calcule chaque année l'espérance de vie sans limitation d'activité sous le nom d'« années de vie en bonne santé ». Si l'espérance de vie à 65 ans s'est allongée d'un an dans l'Union européenne entre 2005 et 2010, le temps vécu en mauvaise santé perçue a diminué (de 0,5 à 1,1 an selon le sexe), et ce en dépit de l'augmentation des années de vie s'accompagnant de maladies chroniques (de 1,6 à 1,3 an selon le sexe), le temps vécu sans limitation d'activité restant inchangé. Ce paradoxe peut s'expliquer en part ie par un repérage plus systématique et par une meilleure prise en charge des problèmes de santé, dont la fréquence a pu augmenter sans pour autant que les déclarations de limitations d'activité ou la perception négative de sa santé aient augmenté.

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  • Jean-Marie Robine & Emmanuelle Cambois, 2013. "Les espérances de vie en bonne santé des Européens," Population et Sociétés 499, Institut National d'Études Démographiques (INED).
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