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Houston's life expectancy: You can live in one of these neighborhoods

If you want to live a long life, you want to take the residence of The Heights.

Researchers from UT Southwestern Medical Center have said that life expectancy estimates that Texas's two postal codes and regional levels declined for the first time.

A new one map interactive tool Users see average life expectancy according to their gender and race / ethnicity.

Westfield area (7707 code) is the Houston average life expectancy rate for women aged 90.9 and 88.7 years for men.

The Heights area (code 77007) also had a great life expectancy, based on research data, 90.6 years for women and 88.1 for men.

Outside of Houston, towns like Sugar Land and Pecan Grove were in Fort Bend County, in the County of Brazola in Brazola, and in the City of Beach in Chambers County, it was higher than the average life.

In the county of Harris, the region's life expectancy was 78.9 years.

According to the study, the Hispanic life expectancy was more than three years more than white life expectancy and almost six years longer than black Texans.

In the analysis, moreover, white, Hispanic and black women lived longer than life styles throughout Texas.

Read more here at UT Southwestern's Texas life expectancy study.

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