Top 5 Healthiest Cities Of The World : If You Were Given A Choice, Where Would You Live ?

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Top 5 Healthiest Cities Of The World : If You Were Given A Choice, Where Would You Live ?

1. Copenhagen 5.0 

-Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, the Viking Country.
-Population : 2 million.
-Only 2% of the employees devote more than 40 hours per week to work.
-A lot of free time is spent with family and in pursuing interests like organized sports, community programs etc.
-Programs like Yoga or other skill development sessions are conducted free of charge that encourages more and more people to participate.
-The city has 249 miles of path exclusively for bikers and over 50% of daily commuters choose bikes as the means of travel.
-A survey shows that more than 90% of the citizens of Copenhagen trust their friends and acquaintances in helping them out when in need.
-Copenhagen topped the list of the Greenest Cities in the World in 2014 Global Green Economy Index.
-A wind farm in Copenhagen meets up to 4% of city's energy needs.
-Use of solar panels in buildings is on a rise in the city.
-The city aims to be Carbon Neutral by 2025.

2. Okinawa 5.0 

-Population : 1.4 million
-Okinawa is the southernmost of Japan's 43 prefectures.
-Known as the 'Land of the Elders', Okinawa has the oldest population in the world.
-The average life expectancy of a male in Okinawa is 78 while that of a woman is 83, more than 10 years more than the average world figures.
-Research has found that genetically Okinawa residents have low risk of contracting fatal diseases including cancer, diabetes, and heart ailments.
-The citizens of Okinawa have a healthy, lean diet and they consume less red meat.
-Most residents have incorporated exercise as a daily routine irrespective of their age.
-Traditional and respectful, most families share houses with elders.
-The longevity of life is attributed to optimism, hard work, calmness, and creativity.


3. Monte Carlo 5.0 

Monte Carlo

-Population : 15,000
-Monte Carlo, meaning Mount Charles is a city in the small European country of Monaco.
-It is one of the richest cities in the world with a very high GDP.
-Monte Carlo has the lowest infant mortality rate in the world of 1.81 deaths per 1000 live births.
-People from around the world visit Monte Carlo for its advanced maternal care and modern birthing techniques.
-The number of physicians in Monaco are higher than that in the entire of United States.


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4. Vancouver 5.0 

-Population : 2.4 million
-Vancouver is one of the most livable cities in the world and ranks high in the quality of life survey.
-With bike lanes stretching for miles and strong public transportation, Vancouver is also called as "the most walkable city in Canada".
-Due to its weather and topography, Vancouver is a popular destination for various outdoor sports that keeps its people fit and active.
-Strict building laws and stringent construction requirements reduce pollutants in the air and make lives healthier.
-Shift from cars to bikes and shared transport aids to the health of the citizens.
-Vancouver's leaders have done a lot to protect and celebrate its natural environment.
-Parks in the city cover 3,210 acres of the area; the popular Stanley Park is spread in 1000 acres.
-93% of the electricity generated in the country is through hydroelectric power.
-With the aim of becoming the greenest city in the world by 2020, the city has launched various initiatives and projects for a cleaner living.
-In 2014 it was also ranked as the 4th greenest city in the world.


5. Melbourne 5.0 

-Population : 4.3 million
-Melbourne is popularly known as the cultural capital of Australia.
-It is favored for its easy lifestyle, and friendly neighborhoods.
-Melbourne has been rated as the most livable country in the world in various indices including low crime rates; excellent health care and education; tolerance of different ethnicities, religions and lifestyles; and a bounty of cultural and sporting activities.
-World class health care, and education have greatly contributed in improving the health of an average Melbourne resident.
-Popularity of sports like Australian rules football, cricket, tennis, and water sports keep people fit and active.
-Vast open areas and clean water encourage people to pursue outdoor hobbies thus replacing sedentary lifestyles with busy ones.
-Due to its low population density, Melbourne is spread across a vast area.
-Melbourne has an extensive network of rail lines and streetcars, for example, along with a bicycle-sharing system that makes it easy to get around without a car.
-In short, the city is clean, safe and welcoming, without the bitter weather, overburdened infrastructure or civil unrest that plague some other urban centers.


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