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(KSL News) Staying healthy in Utah is a lot less expensive than in other parts of the nation.
According to the U.S. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, in 2004 Utahns spent an average of just under $4,000 each on medical and health expenses. That includes all payments made by insurance, federal and state funds, and private expenses.
Residents in the District of Columbia forked out the most, at more than $8,000 a year.