- Your neighborhood can affect how long you live.
- AP combed through census data and found that household incomes, employment rates, education levels, and the diversity of a population can affect longevity.
- Children born between 2010 and 2015 in Fearrington Village in North Carolina had the highest life expectancy rates of 97.5 years.
- The lowest life expectancy rates—59 years—was found in Stilwell, Oklahoma.
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