U.S. News & World Report releases healthiest communities rankings

Los Alamos County, New Mexico, takes the best spot in the fifth annual Healthiest Communities rankings, compiled by U.S. Information & World Report, in collaboration with CVS Health, for the third 12 months in a row.

Communities had been rated in 10 different groups: populace health, equity, schooling, economy, food & nutrition, surroundings, public safety, local community vitality and infrastructure.

No Florida county ranked in the leading 100 and only two ended up ranked in the best 500 – St. Johns County was rated at 181 and Seminole County at 466.

Sarasota County was actually the 3rd-rated group in Florida, with an normal score of 62 — which was aided enormously by an 81 in infrastructure, which was based on walkability, commute moments and online entry.

St. Johns County had scored 72 details all round in the ranking system and Seminole County 64.