Two Washington cities — Bellingham and Yakima — find themselves at opposite ends of the nation’s obesity scale. There is no single factor that determines obesity rates, so why have these two cities experienced such different results?
Bellingham, the northernmost city in the contiguous U.S., is also at the top in other ways. It’s one of Washington’s most scenic cities, sharing seaport charm and mountain traditions. A university town, it’s called one of America’s best places to retire.
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