Israel is one of the healthiest countries in the world, according to a ranking by Bloomberg.
On Wednesday, the news outlet posted a list of 20 countries that are making strides in health consciousness, and the Jewish state came in at number six. Israel received a health grade of 85.97 percent, a total health score of 91.97 percent, and a health risk penalty of 6 percent.
The top three countries were Singapore, Italy and Australia.
The list was compiled using sources from the UN, World Bank and World Health Organization. To be considered, nations had to have a population of at least 1 million. Factors like smoking averages, alcohol consumption, obesity and physical activity were looked at to create the final rankings.
Out of a complete list of 145, the US ranked 33, with the Congo, Lesotho and Swaziland taking the bottom three slots.