Retired good health

A perfect grilled Greek chicken salad. (Associated Press)
A perfect grilled Greek chicken salad. (Associated Press)

The report is out once again on where the healthiest places are in the country to live once one is retired.

Washington state is among the better places to live during retirement. Lifestyle choices along the way - what we eat and our activity level - determine our fate, but also factors like poverty and education influence those choices (or lack of).

What healthy habits are you forming to make your later years healthy ones?

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