Healthy Now 2021: Practicing Prevention

Listen in to hear research from the Healthy Now 2021 Practicing Prevention Survey measuring how Americans maintain their relationships, passions, hobbies, face challenges, protect against illness, and more.

The author(s)

  • Lisa Delaney SVP/Chief Content Officer, Parade Media
  • Marie-Pierre Lemay Director, US, Public Affairs
  • Dr. Neha Vyas Family Medicine, Cleveland Clinic
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New research conducted by Ipsos for Parade Media and Cleveland Clinic set out to dig deeply into the health and wellness behaviors and attitudes of Americans. Considering the unprecedented challenges of the past 18 months, it is more clear than ever that the decisions we make and actions we take every day exert a powerful influence on our physical and mental health.

The Healthy Now 2021 Practicing Prevention Survey measures how well Americans are taking care of their whole selves—physically, emotionally and spiritually—on a day to day basis. This national survey of 1,000 adults goes beyond simple questions around diet and physical activity to measure how they keep healthy living top of mind, the strength and depth of their relationships, their passions and hobbies and their mindset when they face challenges in their lives. In addition, it polls respondents on how well they know key facts about their own health and how aware they are of the latest steps to protect themselves from illness and disease.

Revisit our recorded webinar to hear our guest speakers from Parade Media and Cleveland Clinic share detailed insights from this study. 

The author(s)

  • Lisa Delaney SVP/Chief Content Officer, Parade Media
  • Marie-Pierre Lemay Director, US, Public Affairs
  • Dr. Neha Vyas Family Medicine, Cleveland Clinic

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