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We are still suffering through the biggest healthcare challenge in human history. A challenge that continues to spread unimaginable sociological, psychological and economic devastation. A challenge that affects every individual and every unborn child; that tragically takes the lives of more than one million of our friends and family every year. A challenge that was created out of fear and that we are often too scared to learn how to defend against, so we continue to keep burying our heads in the sand, while we bury our loved ones.

Chronic diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and obesity are often preventable and treatable if found early enough. We need to learn to fight the fear, denial, and reactivity that stops us from taking the steps to personal health pro-action and self-empowerment; two acts designed to fight this challenge and help us live a long and healthy life.


Who We Talking To

Influencers, Individuals, Companies, The Media,
Colleges and Universities, Doctors, Hospitals and Other Medical Facilities,
Non-profits and Other Organizations
Galvanizing Together Empowering 
Human Beings To Practice
Early Detection & Healthy Habits

 

 Beginning The Conversation

Chronic diseases are responsible for 7 of 10 deaths each year, and treating people with chronic diseases accounts for most of our nation’s health care costs. PreventionNation helps create a dialogue about the importance of proactive prevention, early detection and wellness care so we can all reduce our odds of being diagnosed with a chronic disease in the first place. 

Most people are reactive when it comes to their health; they seek information when they are already sick, or a family member or friend has been diagnosed. PreventionNation was created to change this.

We are asking you to help us jumpstart the conversation about the gift self-empowerment and  proaction can hold, as opposed to the devastation inaction and reaction have.

 For more information, please contact:
preventionnation@selfchec.org