I’ve been busy researching facts again. This time for Arizona.
On average it shows you will live a tiny bit longer if you live in Arizona
Male AZ 77.4 yrs
Male US 76.0 yrs
Female AZ 82.6 yrs
Female US 81.2 yes
Cancer rates are lower in AZ . Their the lowest in the US. However survival rate of cancer is low due to late diagnosis. And that is due to people not going in for screenings when they should.
Number of cancer deaths per 100,000 population by race/ethnicity/sex
Asthma and allergy prevalence is in the lower end in Arizona compared to other parts of the US.
Physical activity participation is higher in AZ than most areas of the US which I would contribute to the awesome weather.
Arizona has some of the highest skin cancer rates in the US. That is due to sunny weather and people not using sunscreen.
Diabetes is held at bay a bit in Arizona. Their average is lower then most.
Arthritis in general it is believed the warmer the climate the less the symptoms. It is true a hot, dry climate makes arthritics feel better. It WILL NOT cure your arthritis. You will still have symptoms. Just not as often as someone who lives in let’s say Ohio.
Arthritis rates in Arizona are fairly high due to people heading to warmer climate to relieve symptoms.
Adults with arthritis 30%
All and all Arizona looks like a healthy choice.
With an average of 211 sunny days a year in the greater Phoenix area, 102 partly sunny days for a total of 264 good weather days a year its a good place to live.
They have air quality issues there as most states do. They appear to be a little better than California.
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