The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation recently released the 2013 County Health Rankings. In Indiana, Hamilton County maintained its ranking as the healthiest county in the state, followed by fellow suburban Indianapolis neighbors Boone and Hendricks Counties. Marion County (Indianapolis) ranked 79th out of Indiana’s 92 counties, demonstrating a slight improvement from 82nd in 2012. In Kentucky, Oldham, Boone, and Shelby were ranked the top three healthiest counties, with Jefferson (Louisville) as 30th (up from 33rd the previous year) out of the state’s 120 counties. The Rankings represent an assessment of four core health factors – health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors, and physical environment – all of which contribute to a population’s mortality (longevity) and morbidity (quality of life).