The Mile High City towers above most of the other 50 cities surveyed in the environment category. Its scenic location at the base of the Rocky Mountains and enviable 300 sunny days per year—with more sunshine than Miami Beach or San Diego, according to the Denver Travel and Visitor Bureau—help the city’s senior residents maintain their sunny outlook.
Outdoor activities no doubt help Denver’s older citizens maintain their health as well, which is why the city enjoys lower rates of disease and depression and a high ranking for life expectancy. In addition, Denver is home to Denver Health, the hospital with the lowest mortality rate of any academic medical center in the U.S. A strong score for safety rounds out the city’s many strengths. For more information, visit denver.org.
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