HOUSTON, Texas -- Living in Houston certainly has its perks, with recent record real estate growth, relatively low cost of living, and access to quality healthcare and education. But, the perks come with a price.
A new study ranks Houston as the most-stressed city in Texas - and one of the highest in the nation.
The report, released by personal financial site WalletHub, compared 182 cities across four key stressors: work, financial, family, and health and safety. (Absent from the study is a maddening stressor, traffic.)
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Houston tightly grips title of the most-stressed city in Texas