Democrat and Chronicle

Nov. 19, 2018 - The Democrat and Chronicle mapped the life expectancy data for New York and found numerous gaps in longevity from one neighborhood to the next. Albert Blankley, director of research and analytics at Common Ground Health stated that "protective factors can be factors such as stable income and housing, family support and social capital. Where people have a lot of protective factors at their disposal, we tend to see better outcomes in health and mortality."


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