Thirty-nine states in the country are in better health than Ohio.
Hawaii is the healthiest. Mississippi, the least. That’s according to new figures released by the United Health Foundation.
To move up the ranks, the organization says the Buckeye State will have to overcome air pollution, a high rate of preventable hospitalizations and prevalence of diabetes.
And while the number of smokers has declined, the number of obese Ohioans is on the rise, in part because more than a quarter of all adults in the state are inactive.
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