How healthy is your state? The United Health Foundation knows: For nearly three decades, the organization has been comparing all 50 states in its annual America's Health Rankings.

This year's report is based on variables in a handful of categories, including behaviors (like smoking and excessive drinking), community and environment (access to clean water, for example, and violent crime rates), policy, clinical care, and health outcomes (such as the number of premature deaths).

The 2016 data revealed some good news, and also some alarming trends. For example, the rate of cardiovascular deaths went up for the first time since the foundation started putting out this report 26 years ago. And the national obesity rate is now 157% greater than it was back in 1990.

But on the bright side, smoking rates across the United States have dropped by an impressive 41% in that same period. And more Americans are insured today than they were five years ago.     

So where should you should move to live your healthiest life possible? Consider Hawaii! The Aloha State snagged first place for the fifth year in a row, thanks in part to its below average obesity rate and low incidence of preventable hospitalizations.

To find out where your home state landed on the list, scroll down. Below are all 50 states, ranked from healthiest to unhealthiest.

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  1. Hawaii

  2. Massachusetts

  3. Connecticut

  4. Minnesota

  5. Vermont

  6. New Hampshire

  7. Washington

  8. Utah

  9. New Jersey

  10. Colorado

  11. North Dakota

  12. Nebraska

  13. New York

  14. Rhode Island

  15. Idaho

  16. California

  17. Iowa

  18. Maryland

  19. Virginia

  20. Wisconsin

  21. Oregon

  22. Maine

  23. Montana

  24. South Dakota

  25. Wyoming

  26. Illinois

  27. Kansas

  28. Pennsylvania

  29. Arizona

  30. Alaska

  31. Delaware

  32. North Carolina

  33. Texas

  34. Michigan

  35. Nevada

  36. Florida

  37. Missouri

  38. New Mexico

  39. Indiana

  40. Ohio

  41. Georgia

  42. South Carolina

  43. West Virginia

  44. Tennessee

  45. Kentucky

  46. Oklahoma

  47. Alabama

  48. Arkansas

  49. Louisiana

  50. Mississippi