A SURVEY of more than 38,000 people has revealed that Oxford is the third healthiest city in the UK.

Each city was given a score out of 100 based on nine indicators of a healthy lifestyle, including alcohol consumption and minutes spent doing exercise by looking at Babylon Health's Healthcheck app users.

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Oxford scored 66.6 with residents recording drinking 5.1 units of alcohol per week (the equivalent of about two pints) and eating three portions of fruits and veg a day.

Chichester in West Sussex came top with a score of 74.1, while Sunderland was judged to be the least healthy city scoring just 42.1.