Where You Live in the US Affects Your Life Span

A mathematical code estimating life expectancy for each U.S. county shows a difference of as much as 20 years between the lowest and highest counties, CNN Health reports. The lowest life expectancy was in North and South Dakota, eastern Kentucky and southwestern West Virginia. The data came from the years 1980 to 2014, with those ages 25 to 45 showing an 11.5 percent increase in risk of death and those over age 70 gaining a few years. This is an interesting article considering that other...

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