“People who live blocks apart can have very different expectations in how long they’ll live because of the conditions in which people are living. That represents uneven opportunity for people, particularly children, to have long lives.” Location is everything. Nowhere is that adage more true than in Stilwell, Oklahoma, where residents face the lowest life expectancy in America (56 years). From WaPo: The Strawberry Capital of the World is the early death capital of the US.