Cincinnati Life Expectancy

Cincinnati Edition
6:30 am
Thu January 9, 2014

Does Where You Live Determine How Long You'll Live?

Life expectancy by neighborhood in Cincinnati
Provided, Cincinnati Health Department

The results of a life expectancy study recently conducted by the Cincinnati Health Department show as much as a 20 year difference in longevity among the city’s 47 neighborhood groupings. Cincinnati Health Department Commissioner Dr. Noble Maseru and Assistant Health Commissioner Dr. Camille Jones discuss the study, and what can be done to address health inequalities in our community.

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Life expectancy
7:00 am
Tue November 26, 2013

20 year life expectancy difference from one part of Cincinnati to another

Cincinnati Health Department Life Expectancy Map

If you live in Mount Lookout you're likely to live about 20 years longer than those who live in South Fairmount.  Those findings come from a Cincinnati Health Department report on life expectancy for Cincinnati's 47 neighborhood groupings which will be formally released later this morning. 

The report also shows African American men throughout the city have a life expectancy nearly ten years less than their white male counterparts.  The health department says in a release today it wants to find out why there's such a disparity. 

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