Which metro area is the most broken-arrowed in the country?

The number of people living in metro areas that have more than one broken-airway hospital is higher than the national average, according to data compiled by the Washington Times.

While it’s true that the metro areas with the highest numbers of broken-airs are the Northeast and Midwest, those areas also have more people with heart problems and other serious health conditions than other metro areas.

The data also shows that in areas with a large number of broken airways, the rate of death for heart attacks and other types of heart disease is more than twice the national rate. 

The data show that broken airway patients in metro area hospitals have the highest rates of cardiac arrests and stroke.

In the Northeast, that number is more like 8.3 deaths per 100,000 people per year, compared with 2.8 in the Midwest and 3.1 in the West.

The report found that among the more than 1.2 million people with broken air way, at least one died each day from cardiac arrest, and the average time between heart attacks was over an hour, as opposed to around an hour for the rest of the country.

The rate of heart attacks in the metro area also was more than five times the national level, with 7.5 deaths per 1,000,000.

In addition to broken air, the study found that metro areas in the Southeast, where many people live, have more heart attacks than other parts of the nation.

Overall, the metro-area rate of serious health problems and heart attacks is four times the nation average.

Read more at washingtontimes.com/breaking-arrows