Life expectancy in Virginia is 78.5 years, the national average. Charlottesville metro area residents, however, are expected to live even longer, or on average, 79.1 years - one of the longest life expectancies in the country. Longer lives in Charlottesville may partially be due to the relative scarcity of at least one bad habit - smoking. Only 16.1% of metro area adults smoke, significantly less than the 20.0% of adults nationwide who admit to smoking. Beautiful scenery, a great university, vibrant social scene - C'ville it is!
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