Copenhagen residents have a work-life balance is ideal. Only 2% of employees in the city who work more than 40 hours per week. In addition, the Copenhagen residents are also getting used to walk to places around like workplaces, supermarkets, and so forth.
Okinawa has a population of more than 100 years old in the world. Residents in this city generally apply regular exercise and a healthy diet. Daily diet includes green and yellow vegetables, sweet potatoes, and fish.
Monte Carlo, Monaco
One of the famous Monte Carlo is a very comprehensive health coverage, which focuses on prevention, education, and screening. The town is known as a very superior child health has the lowest infant mortality rate in the world, with 1.81 for every 1,000 babies born alive.
The air quality is one indicator of good health for a city. Because air pollution can support the occurrence of asthma, heart disease, stroke, and even lung cancer. Vancouver is filled with beautiful gardens and low pollution crowned the city with the cleanest air in the world.
Melbourne is very popular with the layout of the city beautiful and pollution-free and active lifestyle of its inhabitants. No wonder that this city holds a successive World's Most Liveable City for 6 years.
Although not living in the cities on this list, of course, there are many things that can be replicated and applied in everyday life. Given this list, hopefully more and more cities are motivated to earn the title of the healthiest cities in the world.