Health is on our mind all the time these days, and nothing is more important than the health of our children. One report gives New Jersey great grades on children's health care.

The Garden State ranks among the top 5 states in America for children's health care according to a study released by WalletHub. They used 3 key dimensions to determine their results.

Let's see how New Jersey did in those categories...

Kid's Health and Access to Health Care...New Jersey ranks 4th best in America.

Kid's Nutrition, Physical Activity & Obesity...We rank 7th best in the nation.

Kid's Oral Health...Unfortunately we rank a dismal 5oth in this category.

There were more very positive numbers for the Garden State in this study. Here are some of them...

Highest Percentage Of Children With Excellent Or Very Good Health...NJ was #1 in the nation.

Lowest Infant Death Rate...New Jersey was #2, behind only New Hampshire.You can see all the details about all of the states and the complete report at WalletHub.

Any time we are talking about great news for children's health, that's something we can all be proud of here in the Garden State.

Here are the Top 5 States For Children's Healthcare in America according to the article...

1. Massachusetts

2. Vermont

3 .D.C.

4.Rhode Island

5. New Jersey

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