No where to go but up

For Tennessee on the state rankings for well-being.  Top states include Hawaii, Colorado, and Minnesota. Behind Tennessee are Mississippi (48), Kentucky (49) and West Virginia.  From The Tennessean.

Tennesseans rank 47th in well-being

Folks in these states tend to have lower rates of obesity and fewer medical problems such as type 2 diabetes, heart disease, chronic pain. They also report enjoying their jobs more, have lower rates of smoking, and exercise more often than residents in states that rank lower on the list. 
Five states that have always been in the bottom 10 with the lowest well-being score every year from 2008 to 2012: West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Arkansas and Mississippi


Popular posts from this blog

Helicoptor parenting

Cheap eats?

Win early