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Appendix E: Healthy People 2030 Framework
Pages 53-56

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... This report focused on reducing preventable death and injury. It included ambitious, quantifiable objectives to achieve national health promotion and disease prevention goals for the United States within a 10-year period (by 1990)
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... Since the Healthy People initiative was first launched, the United States has made significant progress. Achievements include reducing m ­ ajor causes of death such as heart disease and cancer; reducing infant and maternal mortality; reducing risk factors like tobacco smoking, hypertension, and elevated cholesterol; and increasing childhood vaccinations.
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... 4. Achieving health and well-being requires eliminating health dis parities, achieving health equity, and attaining health literacy.
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... 8. Facilitate development and availability of affordable means of health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment.

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