As it turns out, Texas is a great place to be healthy.
The Lone Star State ranks as the #2 healthiest state in the country, according to the latest US News & World Report rankings.
Healthcare professionals there also earn more than those in New York City, Chicago, Boston, and Washington, D.C. The state ranks in the top 20 in terms of overall quality of life and its residents have lower rates of heart disease and cancer than their counterparts in the nation’s capital.
The US News ranking also found that Texas has the highest number of doctors per capita in the United States.
While Texas ranks among the top 10 in terms to access health care, the state ranks below California, Arizona, Massachusetts, and New Jersey in terms that people are most likely to be satisfied with.
In other words, it’s a good state to live in for a variety of reasons.
But, as with many things in life, the answer lies in the individual.
Here are five things to know about the state of Texas.1.
It has the most health insurance companies in the US The Lone Stars has the second-highest number of insurance companies per capita among states.
Texas has more than 1,300 health insurers, according the state’s Department of Insurance.
It also has a very robust public health system that serves nearly 10 million Texans.
A key driver of Texas’s healthcare system is the Lone Star Health Plan, which is funded by the state.
The plan provides coverage for about 1.8 million Texans, including more than 40,000 adults and children.
The plan has seen steady growth, but the growth has slowed in recent years as the state has seen its economy shrink and its population decline.
According to the plan’s most recent annual report, the plan saw a drop in coverage in 2019, and that number increased in 2020.
This means that for the year 2019, the number of people with coverage declined by more than 13 percent.2.
It’s among the safest states in the world Texas ranks fourth among states in terms and the number-one safest state in terms according to a 2015 study from the Institute of Medicine.
A total of 838 people were killed in the state between January 1, 2017, and January 31, 2018, according CDC data.
That means that Texans have died of firearm-related causes in the previous five years, with a rate of 1,848.
That’s significantly lower than the rate in California, which has a rate more than seven times that of Texas at nearly 9,500 deaths per 100,000 residents.
The number of deaths related to motor vehicle accidents in Texas has dropped significantly since the study’s publication.
The Institute of Medical Sciences’ 2017 report found that there was a 35 percent decrease in motor vehicle deaths and a 44 percent drop in injuries associated with road traffic accidents from 2013 to 2017.3.
It was ranked #1 in health care quality by the National Institute on Health (NIMH)A study published by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that, on average, Texans ranked in the “good” or “excellent” category for their quality of care.
The NIMH ranked Texas sixth overall in terms for health care and fifth in terms on a score of “good”.
Texas was also ranked second for “goods” in terms, according a 2016 analysis by the Kaiser Family Foundation.
According the Kaiser study, there were more than 22,000 emergency room visits in the Lone Stars in 2016.
That was up from just over 20,000 in 2014.
The study also found the number for emergency room admissions dropped from more than 11,000 to 9,000.
The report also found Texas had a better than average health system.
For example, emergency room physicians received an average of $1.5 million in Medicare payments per patient, compared to $2,000 for all other providers in the states studied.4.
It ranks #3 in terms in terms health care spending per capitaThe number-three ranking for health spending per person in Texas is $4,854 per capita, according NIMHS.
In comparison, the national average for health expenditure per person is $3,664 per person, according Health and Human Services data.
This is one of the best rankings in the study, which also showed that Texas had one of Texas’ lowest rates of smoking-related deaths.
That may be due in part to the fact that Texas is the only state in which smoking rates have been decreasing for more than 20 years.5.
It ranked #3 for medical technologyIn addition to healthcare, Texas ranks at #3 overall in the terms of the nation in terms both in terms per capita and total medical technology spending per year.
The US News report found Texas ranked in that same top 5 in terms nationwide in terms spending on medical devices, medical supplies, and equipment.
A report by the Institute for Medical Innovation found that the state spent $2.8 billion