What makes a city healthy? According to WalletHub, it's a combination of health care, food, fitness, and green space. Using those four categories as the basis of their evaluation, they compared over 170 of the most populated U.S. cities to find the country's overall healthiest place to live. Curious if your city qualified for the top 10? It's definitely more likely if you're on the West Coast!
And even if it's not the healthiest, your city might be one of the most educated.
Researchers at ConsumersAdvocate.org calculated an "Education Rating" for the 200 largest United States cities, in order to determine which ones ranked the highest when it came to educational achievement. So which cities made it into the top 10? Check out the slideshow to find out!
It can be easy to overlook the U.S. when you're planning a trip, choosing to set your sights on more exotic-sounding places instead. But there's a ton to see in this country, so you definitely don't have to suffer through long plane rides and customs lines to go somewhere totally out of the ordinary. But where should you go? With so many different states to choose from, the decision can be overwhelming. Take this quiz to find out which domestic destination is right for you!