15. Cameron County
Residents in Cameron County have a shorter average commute than many other people in Pennsylvania.
14. Bradford County
Air pollution and drinking water violations are less of an issue in Bradford County than in the rest of the state.
13. Bedford County
Babies are born healthier in Bedford County; only 4.9% of children are born at a low birthrate, as compared to the state average of 8.3%.
12. Bucks County
Only 11% of residents in Bucks County report being in fair or poor health, and fewer report taking sick days from work.
11. Lebanon County
Lebanon County has fewer homicides and fewer drug-related deaths than the state average.
10. Pike County
Pike county has less air pollution than the Pennsylvania average.
9. Butler County
Butler County has far fewer water violations than the state average, and relatively few residents face severe housing issues.
8. Lancaster County
Only 11% of Lancaster county residents report that they are in poor or fair health.
7. Snyder County
Snyder County reports fewer premature deaths than the state average.
6. Montgomery County
Only 19% of Montgomery county residents report that they are physically inactive, and 95% have access to exercise facilities.
5. Cumberland County
7% of Cumberland County residents reported that they couldn't see a doctor due to cost; this is lower than the state average of 11%.
4. Chester County
Only 9% of Chester County residents report that they are in poor or fair health.
3. Juniata County
The prevalence of STDs in Juanita County is about one-fourth of that of the rest of the state.
2. Centre County
Home to Penn State Main Campus, Centre County is a particularly healthy population of folk. Only 12% of adults smoke.
1. Union County
Union County is the healthiest county in the entire state! It has only half the amount of premature deaths as the state average.
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