We’re tackling the leading causes of preventable disease—at the community level.
It’s a grim reality. The diseases that kill more than 20,000 Minnesotans each year are largely preventable.
The Center for Prevention is collaborating with organizations statewide to address four key issues: healthy eating, physical activity, tobacco use and health equity. By addressing these leading root causes of preventable disease—and the unique barriers certain communities face—we can have a significant, collective impact.