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Despite the amount of wealth and power that exist in the Washington region, the benefits of living in the area do not extend equally to all its residents. DC and the surrounding suburbs have positive health outcomes well above the national average, but when you look closer at the data, there are stark differences from neighborhood to neighborhood. In fact, there's a 27-year disparity between the region's census tracts with the lowest and highest life expectancies.
Bloomingdale is circled in red below.
Bloomingdale appears to be a moderately healthy place.