Community factors may influence how long a person lives in addition to genetics and lifestyle decisions, a study in Social Science and Medicine suggests. Factors such as access to fast food restaurants were linked to a decline in life expectancy, while plentiful social cohesion had a positive effect, according to the researchers.
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