Survey ranks best, worst metro areas for women's heart health

05/19/2008 | Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The · St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Minneapolis, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco topped the American Heart Association's Heart Friendly Cities survey for top U.S. cities for women's heart health, with Nashville, St. Louis and Detroit coming in as some of the worst metro areas. The rankings looked at 22 factors, including the percentage of women who die of heart disease and how much women eat, smoke, weigh and exercise.

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Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The · St. Louis Post-Dispatch

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