A person's overall health is a product of various factors that go beyond diet and exercise--everything from their genetics to their level of education. These indirect factors have driven a great focus in recent years toward addressing the social determinants of health and emphasizing habits and behaviors that will prevent health complications and mitigate the prevalence of chronic conditions.

So how are we doing? The annual America's Health Rankings report has been tracking progress in the country's health based on a variety of measurements and data. The 2020 report highlights both improvements in, and challenges with, the factors making up our health.

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