A new report from the government agency Public Health England shows that Plymouth and Torbay have very high rates of premature deaths (under 75 years), even though all other areas of Cornwall and Devon have very low rates.
On the map above, green areas represent the lowest premature death rates in the country, while red areas represent the very highest.
More top news
Tributes are being paid to two young men from Plymouth who died after apparently taking white heroin by mistake in Amsterdam.
Ofsted's first ever inspection of the whole range of children's services in Somerset has found that too many of them are inadequate.
The RSPCA at West Hatch is already packed with seal pups and there are fears it will have to take on more if storms return this winter