Hawaii is the healthiest state.

The 24/7 Wall St. SWAT team of rankings specialists, Michael B. Sauter, Thomas C. Frohlich, Evan Comen and Sam Stebbins tapped into the the United Health Foundation’s 2015 America’s Health Rankings report to produce a 50-state rankings by healthiness.

The UHF included such factors as healthy behaviors, quality of health care, health policy, the presence of diseases, and preventable deaths across the nation.

Two of the most significant factors driving up the rate of serious diseases and reducing life expectancy are obesity and tobacco use.

Another factor? Income. Hawaii, Vermont, Massachusetts, Minnesota, and New Hampshire are the top 5 healthiest.

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