healthiest cities

24. Gulfport-Biloxi-Pascagoula, Mississippi Premature death rate: 459.4 (per 100,000 residents) Adult obesity rate: 32.0
Plano, Texas Colorado ranked first in 2011 for percentage of adults (61.9 percent) who participated in moderate or vigorous
The walking clubs are just one part of a larger movement taking place in Spencer: a program known as the Blue Zones Project
NerdWallet sifted through data available on the 50 largest metropolitan areas to find the healthiest places in the U.S. We assessed the general fitness of residents, overall health insurance coverage and the availability of doctors.
The cities were identified based on a survey evaluating factors that contribute to a fit and active lifestyle as people age
7. San Francisco: Culture Cure Photo: Flickr:Allie_Caulfield Why it won: Almost endless cultural offerings, perhaps one reason
What makes a particular city healthy? A low percentage of overweight citizens? A prevalence of jogging paths? Relatively
Other cities on Women's Health's top 100 list (see our slideshow of the top 25 below) included Salt Lake City, Minneapolis
Real estate site Trulia agrees, ranking the Fog City the number one city to live in if you want to lose weight. Trulia insiders
But in other neighborhoods, finding a place to exercise isn't so simple, and the outcome can be a serious effect on residents
The survey, released last month by athletic apparel company Russell Athletic and fielded by Sperling's BestPlaces, ranked
Can a city be healthy? Or, more specifically, can a city be healthy for women? Apparently yes, according to Women's Health's
Every year, Men's Health ranks 100 cities in order from best to worst for men, based on stats from the Bureau of Labor Statistics