Just yet another reason Hawaii seems like a dream place to live: Hawaii has the highest score for "well-being," according to the Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index, a poll that surveys the physical, mental and emotional health of Americans.

This is the third consecutive year Hawaii has occupied the No. 1 spot. That's because Hawaiians were the most likely to say they smiled or laughed a lot "yesterday" and the least likely to report daily worry or stress and to have ever been diagnosed with depression.

Plus, residents' good eating and exercise habits and lower smoking rates earn them the distinction of having the nation's healthiest behaviors.

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