March is National Nutrition Month, and Americans spend billions of dollars every year on obesity-related medical treatment.
WalletHub just released its report on 2019’s Fattest Cities in America. Where does your city rank?
If you’re seeking a healthier lifestyle, you’d best stay away from McAllen, Texas. This metro area has the highest share of obese adults at 44.90%, which is 2.5 times higher than in San Francisco—the metro area with the lowest at 17.85%.
Texas just might be a hard pass, period, since El Paso’s metro area has the highest share of diabetic adults at 14.60%. That’s 2.3 times higher than San Francisco and Minneapolis—the metro areas with the lowest at 6.30%.
High blood pressure is at its peak in Mobile, Alabama. This metro area has the highest share of adults with HBP at 41.20%-- which is 1.9 times higher than San Jose, California.
Fine. Let’s distract ourselves with this:
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