10 healthiest, unhealthiest states for seniors

Hawaii is the healthiest state for seniors in the U.S., according to a 2019 health rankings report by United Health Foundation.

The "America's Health Rankings Senior Report" provides a snapshot of the healthiest states for seniors using 34 measures, including affordability of healthcare, risk of social isolation and smoking habits or policies.

The 10 healthiest states:

1. Hawaii
2. Utah
3. Connecticut
4. Minnesota
5. Colorado
6. New Hampshire
7. Rhode Island
8. Vermont
9. Maine
10. Wisconsin

The 10 unhealthiest states:

1. Mississippi
2. Kentucky
3. Louisiana
4. Oklahoma
5. West Virginia
6. Arkansas
7. Alabama
8. Tennessee
9. New Mexico
10. Georgia

Read the full report here.

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