If spending on healthcare is anything to go by, we're a pretty healthy country.
A report on healthcare spending by the Commonwealth Health Fund shows New Zealand is second lowest per person among a 13 developed countries.
The U.S was on top at nearly $8000 per person and Norway in second at just over $5000.
New Zealand's figure was just short of $3000, $100 above Japan which was the lowest.
The report says greater obesity is one of the factors in higher spending.