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Best & Worst Cities for Men

By on April 7, 2011

The good folks at Menshealth magazine just released their ranking of the BEST and the NOT-SO-BEST cities for men to live! That’s right, the 10th annual list of places where men tend to fair better and worse in regards to health is here. It’s important to keep in mind the list does not distinguish men along race and ethnicity, so it’s unclear if black men would fair as well in these same jurisdictions. But without further ado, here are the top ten cities of 2011 for men. Is your hometown on the list?

Highest Ranked Cities for Healthy Men:

  1. Madison, WI
  2. Fargo, ND
  3. Plano, TX
  4. Burlington, VT
  5. San Jose, CA
  6. Lincoln, NE
  7. Austin, TX
  8. Aurora, CO
  9. Virginia Beach, VA
  10. Seattle, WA

It’s also critical to keep in mind how this list was developed. The researchers and editors used multiple health factors and existing health data to come up with their conclusion. Here is a partial list of the 37 criteria used in their article. 

Selection Criteria:

  • Heart Disease Mortality Rate
  • Unintentional Injury Mortality Rate
  • Suicide Mortality Rate
  • Liver Disease Mortality Rate
  • Chronic Lower Respiratory Disease Mortality Rate
  • Homicide Mortality Rate
  • HIV Mortality Rate
  • Prostate Cancer incidence rates
  • Life expectancy of a man born in 1981
  • Adults who have consumed fruits and vegetables five or more times per day
  • Obesity

Lowest Ranked Cities for Healthy Men:

90. Louisville, KY

 91. Toledo, OH

92. New Orleans, LA

93. Charleston, WV

94. Baltimore, MD

95. St. Petersburg, FL

96. Memphis, TN

97. Detroit, MI

98. Birmingham, AL

99. Philadelphia, PA

100. St. Louis, MO

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