A new, comprehensive look at North Carolina’s health as measured by tobacco use, nutrition, physical activity and obesity gives the state mediocre to dismal grades.  The Prevention Partners “2015 NC Prevention Report Card,” however, shows “encouraging momentum around understanding the impact of poor health as an economic issue and the role that employers can play,” writes Meg Molloy, Prevention Partners President and CEO. “This report card offers a wake-up call, pointing all of us to what we can do to fill prevention gaps and build health across North Carolina.”
The Report Card is in an easy to use visual and interactive format with links to sources and resources.