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Twin Cities ranks as one of the healthiest places for women

The metro area came in fourth in the nation. The magazine emphasized that women in the Twin Cities have 'very low' rates of heart disease and 'excellent' mental health.
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The metro area came in fourth in the nation. The magazine emphasized that women in the Twin Cities have 'very low' rates of heart disease and 'excellent' mental health.

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