The (Indiana) State of Public Health is Well NOT
According to analysts, Indiana’s public health status ranks low similar to the states of Mississippi, West Virginia, Alabama, Arkansas, South Carolina and OK. Approximately 30% of Hoosiers are categorized as obese; this ranks 42nd in the nation.
Indiana is 47th out of 50 states due to only $44.00 being funded/appropriated by the federal and state and county governments/spent on public health for each man, woman and child.
Kentucky is worse. KY is rated 44th out of 50 states (Puerto Rico, not included).
The best states for public health are:
10) Rhode Island
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