There's fresh evidence that where you live has a direct bearing on how long you live.
New statistical map just published show that people in Rutland, Cambridgeshire and Suffolk have a greater life expectancy than those in areas like Peterborough and Luton.
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt says he hopes this will act as a wake up call to places where figures are disappointing.
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