Your Life Expectancy Depends Greatly On Wealth And Location
Life expectancy at birth fell in 2021 to its lowest level since 1996 according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This almost one-year decline in life expectancy in 2021 followed a 1.8-year life expectancy decline from 2019 to 2020. The correlation with life expectancy, wealth, and location is strong. If you want to live longer, you should aim to grow richer and live in a more hospitable place. The other clear solution to increasing life expectancies is to get richer. If we want to be better. If they are OK with living a potentially shorter life, you may want to lives in Alaska, Alaska, Northern Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Northern Texas, Northern Georgia, Northern Arkansas, Georgia, Tennessee, and Louisiana, you might want to living in Alaska.