Health care in America is a hot topic no matter where you live, but a study by found there are sharp divisions from state to state.
In its second-annual health care study, analyzed eight factors based on data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the Kaiser Family Foundation. Those factors are: health insurance coverage, self-reported health status, child immunization coverage, infant mortality rates, adequacy of nursing home staffing, adequacy of medical office staffing, hospital affordability and health insurance affordability. Based on an average ranking of the criteria, here are the top 10 worst states for health care:

10. Mississippi (tie)
Despite a high score in child immunization and some of the lowest hospitalization and health insurance costs in the nation, Mississippi landed in the bottom 10 due to low scores in health insurance coverage and infant survival rates; the state ranked last in reported health status.