Interventions focused on increasing access to routine medical care and/or medical insurance.
Interventions focused on reducing the mortality rate for cardiovascular disease.
Interventions focused on reducing the colorectal cancer mortality rate.
Interventions focused on decreasing the percentage of adults with diabetes.
Interventions focused on reducing environmental hazards by monitoring pollution levels & human exposures and changing environmental standards & regulations.
Interventions focused on preventing and decreasing the occurrence, spread, and fatality of infectious disease and/or foodborne illnesses. This could be accomplished by increasing vaccination rates or decreasing violations in restaurants, for example.
Interventions focused on reducing the number of intentional and unintentional injuries, including car accidents, homicides, suicides, child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, school violence, and drug overdoses.
Interventions focused on increasing the well-being of mothers, infants, and children through preconception, pregnancy, and interconception care.
Interventions aimed at diagnosing and treating mental health disorders. These interventions include mental health awareness.
Interventions focused on increasing oral health by decreasing the prevalence of oral diseases and increasing the percentage of the population receiving regular dental care.
Interventions focused on reproductive and sexual health. Focuses may include unintended & adolescent pregnancies, STIs, and infertility.
Interventions focused on obtaining better health outcomes by changing social and economic structures (by for example, increasing access to parks and education or decreasing discrimination in the workplace).
Interventions focused on decreasing the use and abuse of mind- and behavior-altering substances, including both drugs and alcohol.
Interventions focused on decreasing any form of tobacco use by preventing new users and helping current users quit.
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