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Cities Good for Your Health

Cities Good for Your Health


To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Cooking Light magazine evaluated major U.S. cities to see where eating smart, being fit, and living well was most common. Using 15 criteria'including exercise rates, obesity levels, and the availability of green spaces and parks'the magazine editors ranked the most-healthy places to live. 1. Seattle 2. Portland, Ore. 3. Washington, D.C. 4. Minneapolis 5. San Francisco 6. Boston 7. Denver 8. Milwaukee 9. Philadelphia 10. Tucson 11. Baltimore 12. Colorado Springs, Colo. 13. Pittsburgh 14. St. Louis 15. New York City 16. Atlanta 17. Austin 18. Chicago 19. Las Vegas 20. Kansas City, Mo.

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