West Coast cities dominated the list of healthiest cities in the U.S., according to criteria used by WalletHub.
San Francisco topped the list, followed by Seattle, Portland and San Diego.
To determine the rankings, WalletHub measured indicators of good health, such as fruit and vegetable consumption, fitness clubs per capita, and the cost of doctor visits. The availability of healthy food and the amount of green space helped San Francisco earn high points for its top billing.
Seattle was found to have the highest percentage of physically active adults, while Portland has the most healthy restaurants per capita.
Rounding out the top 10 list were Washington, D.C. (5th), followed by Burlington, Vermont, Scottsdale, Honolulu, Irvine, California and Denver.
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