Some people are questioning why the NT has gone missing on a map showing life expectancy across the world.
The popular map is circulating online with a big chunk of Australia missing - the Territory.
Territory men are dying three years younger than women.
Unfortunately those NT women already have a gloomy life expectancy almost 20 years below the national average.
In 2017, the median age of death for men in Australia was 79.1 years, with women living to 85.1 years on average.
NT men are dying younger than men in Victoria, South Australia, New South Wales, the ACT, Tasmania, Western Australia and Queensland.
If you want to live longer then move to Victoria, the study shows.
Victorian men live past 80 years on average and women in Victoria can expect to reach 85.7 years.
NT men are dying 3.1 years younger than women across the Territory, whose average age of death is 66.3 years (compared with 63.2 for men).
The good news is that the average age of death for men in the NT has risen by 4.1 years in the past decade, from 59.1 years in 2007 to 63.2 years in 2017.
Heart disease is the biggest killer - NT men have the highest rate of heart disease in Australia.
Every week, an average of nearly six men die by suicide in the NT, with men accounting for about three quarters of suicides.
Men and boys in the NT are more likely to die on the roads than males in any other state or territory.
When compared with other states and territories, the NT was ranked last for men's health behind the ACT (1st), Victoria (2nd), New South Wales (3rd), South Australia (4th), Western Australia (5th), Queensland (6th), Tasmania (7th).
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