This state has the highest rate of heart disease, says CDC data

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has said this state has the worst heart health in the entire United States.

@Jak_ConnorTT
Published Mon, Mar 22 2021 6:35 AM CDT

Obviously, the COVID-19 pandemic is the main health concern for everyone at the moment, but that doesn't mean other health problems don't exist.

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According to recent data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NIH), there are an estimated 15,334,000 Americans that unfortunately suffer from coronary heart disease.

In the entirety of this article, you will find a comprehensive list that reveals the estimated number of people with heart disease in each state and the heart disease per capita. If you are interested in reading more about this story, check out this link here.

Heart Disease Health Per State:

Utah

  • Residents with heart disease: 89,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 2,776.08

Alaska

  • Residents with heart disease: 22,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,007.33

Colorado

  • Residents with heart disease: 180,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,125.69

California

  • Residents with heart disease: 1,423,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,601.42

Connecticut

  • Residents with heart disease: 131,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,674.32

Maryland

  • Residents with heart disease: 234,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,870.53

Hawaii

  • Residents with heart disease: 55,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 3,884.53

Minnesota

  • Residents with heart disease: 232,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,113.74

New Mexico

  • Residents with heart disease: 88,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,196.81

Wisconsin

  • Residents with heart disease: 245,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,207.86

Texas

  • Residents with heart disease: 1,237,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,266.12

Washington

  • Residents with heart disease: 327,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,294.22

Nebraska

  • Residents with heart disease: 84,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,342.41

Virginia

  • Residents with heart disease: 372,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,358.26

Illinois

  • Residents with heart disease: 558,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,403.47

North Dakota

  • Residents with heart disease: 34,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,461.58

New Hampshire

  • Residents with heart disease: 61,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,486.25

Wyoming

  • Residents with heart disease: 26,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,492.37

Kansas

  • Residents with heart disease: 134,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,599.57

Idaho

  • Residents with heart disease: 83,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,644.49

New York

  • Residents with heart disease: 913,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,693.23

New Jersey

  • Residents with heart disease: 420,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,728.56

Iowa

  • Residents with heart disease: 150,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,754.25

Oregon

  • Residents with heart disease: 203,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,813.01

Rhode Island

  • Residents with heart disease: 51,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,814.22

Massachusetts

  • Residents with heart disease: 332,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,816.83

Georgia

  • Residents with heart disease: 515,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,850.52

Arizona

  • Residents with heart disease: 356,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 4,890.97

South Dakota

  • Residents with heart disease: 45,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,086.71

Pennsylvania

  • Residents with heart disease: 667,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,210.13

North Carolina

  • Residents with heart disease: 548,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,224.98

Montana

  • Residents with heart disease: 56,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,239.63

Michigan

  • Residents with heart disease: 528,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,286.95

Louisiana

  • Residents with heart disease: 253,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,442.27

Delaware

  • Residents with heart disease: 53,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,442.80

Vermont

  • Residents with heart disease: 34,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,448.81

Indiana

  • Residents with heart disease: 370,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,495.96

Nevada

  • Residents with heart disease: 170,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,519.20

Florida

  • Residents with heart disease: 1,202,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,596.49

Missouri

  • Residents with heart disease: 352,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,735.30

Ohio

  • Residents with heart disease: 677,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,791.72

South Carolina

  • Residents with heart disease: 299,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,807.28

Tennessee

  • Residents with heart disease: 407,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 5,959.73

Mississippi

  • Residents with heart disease: 181,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,081.68

Oklahoma

  • Residents with heart disease: 244,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,166.33

Alabama

  • Residents with heart disease: 316,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,444.79

Maine

  • Residents with heart disease: 87,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,472.19

Kentucky

  • Residents with heart disease: 307,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,871.59

Arkansas

  • Residents with heart disease: 209,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 6,925.57

#1 West Virginia

  • Residents with heart disease: 168,000
  • Heart disease per capita: 9,374.23
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