The University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute and The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation assessed 3,000 U.S counties to learn about the country’s healthiest and unhealthiest places to live. They evaluated each county’s health behaviors such as the physical environment (like bike paths and sidewalks), number of fast food restaurants, clinical care and smoking rates. Each county is then compared to others within the same state. From there, they were able to see larger geographic trends.
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