AARP The Magazine has published a list of America’s ten healthiest cities to live and retire in. Topping the list? Ann Arbor Michigan. While many people tend to think of warm locales as the best places to retire in, cooler cities did very well on the list. Why? It’s not all about the weather. Cities like Ann Arbor have a great health care infrastructure, many parks, year long activities, and clean air and water. The whole list is below:
1. Ann Arbor, Mich.
3. Madison, Wisc.
4. Santa Fe, N.M.
5. Fargo, N.D.
6. Boulder, Colo.
7. Charlottesville, Va.
8. Minneapolis-St. Paul
9. San Francisco Bay area
10. Naples-Marco Island, Fla.
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