Published On: Jun 28 2012 03:00:24 PM CDTUpdated On: Oct 01 2013 11:19:03 AM CDT
Think you're in good shape? The American College of Sports Medicine has ranked the least and most fit cities in the United States.
The college's annual American Fitness Index ranks the country's 50 most populous metro areas on a number of health factors, including percentage of residents who smoke, obesity rates, percentage of people who exercise and availability of parks, walking trails and farmers markets. Here are the 10 least fit cities:
Gallup-Healthways has ranked the U.S. cities that feel the safest to residents. How a city ranked on the list was based on how it measured in perceived safety, financial security and sense of community. Click through for the top 20.
Over 2 million more vehicles were added to official lists of models being recalled because of potentially dangerous airbags made by Japanese manufacturer Takata. The recall now totals about 36 million vehicles worldwide. Take a look at the biggest auto recalls in history.