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dial indicator showing good health Since 1990, New York is the state that has improved its health ranking the most, moving from No. 40 to No. 11. (Photo: Shutterstock)

The latest America’s Health Rankings is a good news/bad news proposition, with some dramatic long-term improvements balanced by recent troubling trends in areas such as suicide and drug use.

The latest report is the 30th addition of the annual analysis of health measures in the 50 states. This year’s report finds the healthiest states are: (5) Utah, (4) Connecticut, (3) Hawaii, (4) Massachusetts, and (1) Vermont.

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