Minneapolis-St. Paul tops a list of the healthiest U.S. cities

05/23/2011 | USA Today

People in Minneapolis-St. Paul have lower obesity rates and exercise more, which helped to put the Twin Cities at the top of the annual American Fitness Index that ranks the healthiest U.S. cities. The index from the American College of Sports Medicine puts Washington, D.C., and Boston next on the list; Oklahoma City ranked 50th because its population had higher rates of smoking and did not exercise enough or get enough fruits and vegetables.

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