Prevention Diaries tells the story of a movement to remake our communities to support health and equity and reveals the unexpected (yet foreseeable) parts of daily life that shape our health. Health happens in our communities and homes, not just at the doctor's office, and many illnesses and injuries can be prevented through commonsense solutions.

From the opioid crisis to mass shootings to efforts to roll back the Affordable Care Act, there’s never been a more important time to talk about public health, prevention, and equity. Health Affairs calls Prevention Diaries “[An] engaging and well-documented exploration of America’s gradual, and in some cases grudging, recognition that adopting individual and community prevention-oriented policies and practices is key to promoting health and health equity, reducing injuries, and preventing violence.” 

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