Tennessee is still one of the fattest states in America, according to a new study from WalletHub.
Using 19 key metrics, WalletHub looked at the overweight and obese population, sugary beverage consumption, cholesterol levels, physical inactivity and more of each state.
Tennessee ranked as the third-fattest state behind Mississippi (No. 1) and West Virginia (No. 2).
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Tennessee ranked fourth overall for the prevalence of overweight and obese children. The state was third for percentage of adults with high cholesterol.
The same study listed Tennessee as the fifth-fattest state in 2016.
In March, WalletHub ranked Chattanooga as the sixth-fattest city in America.