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Mapping the health of Baltimore's neighborhoods; LIFE EXPECTANCY

The Baltimore City Health Department's 2011 Neighborhood Health Profiles shows a disparity in life expectancy, education and major causes of death between wealthy and poor neighborhoods.

60 yrs    
   90 yrs

Average life expectancy for Baltimore City: 71.8 years
Neighborhood with highest life expectancy: Greater Roland Park/Poplar (83.1 years) | Neighborhood with lowest life expectancy: Upton/Druid Heights (62.9 years)

Neighborhoods with highest/lowest life expectancy

Source: Baltimore City Health Department

Graphic: Adam Marton