"We generated our grease-stained grades by analyzing the percentage of people who say they eat at fast-food restaurants two to three times a week..., the number of McDonald's per capita...and, finally, the percentage of folks who are clinically obese and the percentage who prefer almost anything to fresh produce."Boston, Providence, RI, and Rochester, NY came out on top (less fast food and obesity), while Dallas, Las Vegas, and Houston rounded out the bottom of the list.
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Sunday, May 01, 2005
Is Your City a Grease Trap?
Men's Health magazine asked this question and graded 101 US cities:
Posted by Ken Kuhl at 10:39 PM
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