AARP The Magazine has announced the top ten healthiest cities to live and retire in with Ann Arbor, Michigan, Honolulu, Hawaii, Madison, Wisconsin, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Fargo, North Dakota taking the top five rankings. Featured in the September/October issue, the magazine also named five additional cities that received high marks for vitality and great living conditions including Boulder, Colorado, Charlottesville, Virginia, San Francisco Bay Area, Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota, and Naples-Marco Island, Florida.

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