#Lifespan of #Kids Vary By #State

BuzzYou exercise, eat right, and abstain from the bad stuff’ in life to help you live longer. Isn’t it a kick in the groin to learn that all that noise has nothing to do with your life expectancy? It all starts the day you’re born. So the average life span for kids born here in the US in 2014 is expected to be 79. Nobody’s going to sneeze at that figure, right? Your mileage may vary, according to the state in which you were born. So why the stark differences between a boy brewed in South Dakota and a Colorado-born girl? Here are some fun facts to digest about folks from Colorado and those from North Dakota. Researchers believe it’s a culmination of socio-economics, education, income, and ultimate lifestyle choices. Don’t let this report get you hung-up on birthplace. It’s all about the places you’ll go in life and the experiences you’ll gain from it. To infinity and beyond!

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