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Health Beyond Health Care: A Special Report
More city planners are creating clean, healthy, living landscapes to help combat health concerns.
Recovery gave city a reason to work collectively to improve access to fresh produce.
But an entirely new landscape is planned for Tysons Corner to make it more friendly to walking and biking.
The “Health Beyond Health Care” forum looks at initiatives that have nothing to do with doctors or drugs
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“The economy doesn’t do anything without a healthy workforce.“
“You would rather take the stairs because they’re beautiful and they’re wonderful and you’re going to run into somebody along the way.“
“Living in a bankrupt city, you see all of the social determinants firsthand and how they affect health.“
“We’ve decided the built environment is really important for public health.“
“We’re getting 300 to 500 people every Tuesday and Saturday [to run] in Detroit.“
“We’re looking for a return that will justify the investment and also will incent banks like ours and others to lend more.“
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