If you look at health care, food, fitness and green space, Ohio’s healthiest cities, among 174 nationwide, are Cincinnati (68), Columbus (112), Cleveland (118), Akron (144) and Toledo (164).
The top 10 cities according to WalletHub, are San Francisco, Seattle, San Diego, Portland, Washington DC, New York, Denver, Honolulu, Scottsdale and Irvine.
What I cannot understand is the amount of energy and investments we make in our health care, fitness, diet and Metroparks. What are we missing? Is it critical that Ohio achieves a higher ranking? See the whole report, and then let me know what you think.
– Edward Stevens, Stevens Strategic Communications