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|April 20, 2018|
Study ranks cities with the highest share of unhealthy adults
SAN BERNARDINO - (INT) – This one-time All American city has a distinction it doesn’t need. It ranks with Detroit as the nation’s two biggest cities with the highest share of unhealthy adults at 18.7 percent.
WalletHub compared 174 of the largest U.S. cities across 40 key metrics. The data set ranges from cost of doctor visits to fruit and vegetable consumption to fitness clubs per capita.
San Bernardino was near the bottom in health care and fitness rankings, but did best in so-called ‘green space’.
Among California cities with the best rankings, San Francisco was listed as the nation’s healthiest followed by San Diego, Irvine and Huntington Beach all among the top 13.
In the Inland Empire, Rancho Cucamonga came in 40th, Riverside 96th and Ontario 120th.
Story Date: March 1, 2018