We don’t have much to say about the future, except that Boston has a huge population and is a city with a huge culture, and if we were looking for the best city to live, we would probably choose New York.
There’s more to life in New York than just being able to watch the Big Apple’s skyline from your living room, and that’s not even taking into account the fact that it’s one of the largest cities in the world, and we know how much people like to get together on the weekends and socialize.
However, when it comes to living in Boston, we know the city is pretty bad for your health.
A recent study found that a staggering 71 percent of residents in Boston have chronic conditions, and the city’s high rates of obesity and diabetes have made it one of America’s top three obesity cities.
That doesn’t just apply to the population, either.
In fact, Boston is one of only a handful of cities where nearly half of residents report that they’re overweight or obese, according to the Boston Globe.
And despite the city having a population of nearly half a million, there are some people who are even getting obese.
Boston is so big that it may be difficult to understand how large its population is, but according to a new study from the Boston University School of Public Health, Boston residents are actually more overweight than people in other cities, including New York, San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Philadelphia.
This is the first study to look at the prevalence of overweight in the Boston area, and while the study’s results aren’t definitive, the findings do suggest that Boston is more than just a place where you’re able to walk to the grocery store on time and the weather is nice.
And while we know that people can find a home in Boston due to its proximity to the big city, the city isn’t always as welcoming as we might hope.
While we’ve known for years that Bostonians are a pretty unhealthy bunch, it’s now been discovered that Boston’s residents are far more likely to be obese than their neighboring cities.
According to the study, people in the city have a BMI of 30 or higher, and a waist circumference of 33 or higher.
That’s more than double the average in other major cities like New York City, which is a staggering 33 percent higher than the national average.
Boston’s obesity rates aren’t necessarily the result of a lack of resources or the healthiest diet, though.
People in the area are far wealthier than residents in other big cities, so people who live in the region are much more likely than people living elsewhere to have the financial means to buy a health insurance plan, and this is one area where the data backs up the assumption that obesity is largely due to the cost of living.
In the study data, the higher the income of the people in Boston’s suburbs, the more likely they were to be overweight.
Boston residents who made $70,000 a year or more have a waistline of 36 percent, compared to 33 percent for people who made less than $30,000.
If you’re looking for a place to call home, Boston could be the place to do it.
But for most people in Massachusetts, living in a city that’s less than ideal for their health isn’t a viable option, either, according a study from Harvard University.
The study, which was published earlier this year, looked at the lives of 4,976 adults and found that in the six-month period leading up to the survey, more than half of those who were overweight had a preexisting condition.
Only one-third of people with preexisted conditions had a BMI higher than 30, and only 4 percent had a waist size of 30 inches.
The researchers also found that people with more serious health problems were at higher risk of being overweight, including heart disease, diabetes, and stroke.
This isn’t to say that there aren’t health problems in the state of Massachusetts, of course, but it does seem that those who live near the coast and are able to make a living in New England have more health problems than those living elsewhere.
It’s important to note that there are other factors that are at play here, too.
Obesity is a common issue in the United States, and despite what you may think, it doesn’t have to be.
Many of us who have had children at an early age have become accustomed to the fact of the world around us.
We don’s obesity, but we don’t always see the signs of it.
There are many factors that affect a child’s health and well-being, including their physical and mental health.
For example, one of our favorite things to do when we’re in our 30s is take a walk.
A good walk is a great way to get a taste for how our bodies work.
If we’re able, we’re also able to enjoy our bodies without worrying about our weight.
It helps to have a healthy diet, exercise,