Cities, like people, can be young and vibrant, old and stodgy, or somewhere in between. The RealAge Test calculates how quickly test takers' bodies are aging compared to their chronological age. To find out which of America's 50 largest metropolitan areas are getting old faster than they should, we analyzed data from the more than 28 million people, and ranked cities by such factors as diet, smoking, diabetes, hypertension, health insurance, and income. Residents in these 10 cities are aging faster than they need to.
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