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Improving health for everyone starts with addressing systemic inequities.
Jay Walljasper | Jul 19, 2019
To truly encourage widespread volunteerism, we’d need to make sure that everyone (not just the well-to-do) have the time to do it.
Jay Walljasper | Aug 10, 2013
Starting the process of change in a place you know well makes it more doable and fun.
Jay Walljasper | Aug 28, 2013
Americans who’ve enjoyed the vibrant public places of Europe and Latin America are bringing the idea back to the cities and towns of the U.S.
Jay Walljasper | Aug 17, 2013
In Albert Lea, Minnesota, residents rejuvenated their rural community through increased physical activity.
Jay Walljasper | May 18, 2015
Sitting Is the New Smoking: Why Walking Is the “Secret Sauce” for Better Health and Happier Communities
Whether you live in the ‘burbs, the city, or the middle of nowhere, the "wonder drug" of walking is just what the doctor ordered.
Jay Walljasper | Jan 7, 2014
Utah, Minnesota, and Washington have seen traffic fatalities decline by 40 percent. Here's how they did it.
Jay Walljasper | Sep 3, 2014