Kaiser Permanente Praxis Lab on Redefining Health and Wellness
Too many times, ‘being healthy’ is perceived as restrictive and boring rather than a positive set of behaviors that enhance quality of life. Take Mark Twain for example, who said “The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don’t want, drink what you don’t like, and do what you’d rather not.”
The Valley as Laboratory: Steps Toward a Restorative Urbanism
Our mountains, emerging circulation systems (transit and bicycle), community self-esteem and relatively strong economy are among the strengths and signs of the good health of our city. But how can we make an impact now to ensure a healthy future?
Air Quality, Health and Society
Poor air quality affects everyone’s health, regardless of age, race, education, or class and threatens terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, visual aesthetics, and even economic vitality. Bad air respects no political boundaries.