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A picture of America's public health, explained

This feature was produced in collaboration between Vox Creative and America’s Health Rankings. Vox Media editorial staff was not involved in the creation or production of this content.

As a nation, are we healthier than we were a decade ago? Are certain areas of the country healthier than others? The new edition of the United Health Foundation's America's Health Rankings Annual Report is out, and it sets out to answer those questions and more. Take a look.


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