Another Health Care Ranking, How Does Minnesota Rate?
The website Wallethub.com has taken over the survey/ranking business with a new result every other week.
This time it's the best and worst states for child care in the nation. Minnesota is rated number 10. Vermont is number one.
The rankings are based on cost, quality and access to children's health care.
Including how healthy each state's kids were from newborn to age 17, infant death rate, child death rate, number of kids vaccinated, uninsured kids and the share of kids with "unaffordable" medical bills.
Iowa was 4th in the study, Nevada was the worst.
Get the complete picture here.