Kansans’ health falls further than any state since ’90


The health of Kansans has declined more than any other state in the country since 1990, a new report out this week shows.

The United Health Foundation issued a report this week finding that Kansas ranked 29th nationally when measured against 35 criteria for clinical care, health care policy, healthy behaviors and a healthy community and environment.

Kansas' health ranking fell 17 notches since 1990, when it ranked 12th.

Among states with the largest declines, Kansas led Wisconsin, Missouri, Iowa and Oklahoma, which all registered significant drops in the . . .


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