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Healthiest States, 2007

The following table shows the healthiest states in the U.S. during 2006 and 2007. In 2006 and 2007, Vermont was the healthiest state in the U.S.

2007 rankState2006 rank
1.Vermont1.
2.Minnesota3.
3.Massachusetts6
4.Maine4.
5.New Hampshire2.
6.Nebraska7
7.Iowa5.
8.Utah8.
9.Hawaii10.
10Kansas12.
11.Rhode Island13.
12.North Dakota11.
13.Connecticut9.
14.Washington20.
15.Wisconsin14.
16.New Jersey16.
17.Oregon15.
18.Virginia21.
19.California19.
20.Ohio24.
21.Michigan23.
22.South Dakota17.
23.Pennsylvania29.
24.Idaho18.
25.West Virginia22.
26.Montana27.
27.New York31.
28.Colorado32.
29.Kentucky26.
30.Wyoming25.
31.North Carolina30.
32.Illinois33.
33.Indiana28.
34.Missouri34.
35.Maryland35.
36.Alaska39.
37.Arkansas36.
38.Tennessee38.
39.Delaware37.
40.Alabama42.
41.Oklahoma45.
42.Arizona40.
43.Texas46.
44.Georgia44.
45.South Carolina42.
46.Florida41.
47.Nevada47.
48.Mississippi50.
49.New Mexico49.
50.Louisiana48.
Methodology: The Healthiest State designation is awarded on the basis of 21 factors selected from the 2007 edition of Morgan Quitno's annual reference book, Health Care State Rankings. These factors reflect access to health care providers, affordability of health care, and the general health of a state's population.
Source: Morgan Quitno Press. Web: www.morganquitno.com . See also Smartest States.

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