These Are America's 10 Unhealthiest Cities, According to WalletHub

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Finance website WalletHub recently conducted its annual geographical survey to pinpoint which cities are home to the country's healthiest—and unhealthiest—men and women. More than 170 urban centers were granted aggregate scores based on their placement among 42 various indicators of good (and bad) health, such as the average cost of medical visits, fruit and vegetable consumption and number of health clubs per capita.

View this gallery to see which cities ranked in the bottom 10.

Click here to view the survey's 10 healthiest cities.

For the complete WalletHub survey, click here.

These Are America's 10 Unhealthiest Cities, According to WalletHub
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