A new study ranks Cleveland as one of the most stressful cities in the country.
The “U.S. Uncovered” study, conducted by Portfolio.com, says Cleveland is No. 3 on its “most stressful places in America.”
The study took crime rates, unemployment and health of residents into account when creating the rankings.
According to the study, Cleveland has the most robberies per 100,000 residents and had an increased number of deaths from heart failure, hypertension and stroke.
Detroit was ranked as the most stressed city because of its high unemployment rate, as well as its high murder and robbery rates.
Los Angeles, with its expensive housing and high air pollution, was No. 2.
Salt Lake City was the least stressed of the 50 largest U.S. cities.
For more information on the study, go here .