"'No worries' is a popular Australian response akin to 'no problems', 'that's OK' or 'sure thing'."
|An Australian pensioner fishing at Wallaroo jetty, South Australia.|
Australian males' life expectancy is 78.7 years (source: here), while Filipino males' average life span is only 68.72 years (source: here). Aussies may possibly have lesser economic worries as compared to Pinoys (I believe worrying is not good for our health), and health care is much better Down Under than in The Archipelago.
I believe that life span is also closely related to diet, but I, honestly, am not sure if there's really a big difference between eating mashed or fried potatoes and steamed or fried rice; or even the difference between drinking grape wines and coconut wines.
Oh, I have another worry... How about the life span of those who were born as Filipinos and eventually have become Australian citizens?