Across America, city leaders — not just mayors and other elected leaders, but also philanthropists, business owners and community organization professionals — know that promoting health and well-being is not just about having enough hospitals and doctors. Over the past three decades, research has shown that quality education, a living wage and good jobs, affordable housing, reliable transportation, healthy food, family supports, safe neighborhoods and an experience of civic belonging all deeply impact our health. Read the full article here: https://citiesspeak.org/2018/12/13/an-imperative-for-our-time-defining-and-supporting-a-well-being-agenda-for-cities/

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