The Link Between Geography And Life Expectancy

Yes, where you live impacts how long you live.

From Forbes –
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A recent study of death records across the U.S. by researchers at the University of Washington and the Department of Public Health in the Netherlands found a 20 year difference in life expectancy between counties with the highest life expectancy and the lowest. Cardiovascular risks vary as well, with some counties having a nine to 13 times greater risk of death from cardiovascular disease.

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