Idaho's back country is often driving at your own risk. Courtesy, Bill Colley.

A new data release shows that depending on where you live in America often determines how you die.

Car accidents also take a toll in some regions including, apparently, the Magic Valley.

Some parts of the country have higher rates for drug overdoses.  Others for heart attacks or cancer.  Car accidents also take a toll in some regions including, apparently, the Magic Valley.  I found a link to the story at FiveThirtyEight blog and it makes for some fascinating reading.  Be happy we don’t life in Appalachia or the Lower Mississippi Valley.  Death stalks not only the roads in those places but also cardiac and cancer wards.