July 2017

From the Editor-in-Chief
Dear AJPM reader,

Our new cover is here! Since 1985, the American Journal of Preventive Medicine has had several cover designs, beginning with a simple tangerine cover, shifting to cooler green and blue color schemes over the years, and eventually incorporating a world globe to better represent our commitment to prevention research both domestically and internationally. With this new design, we look forward to the future with a nod to our past, acknowledging the contribution of former editors-in-chief in our newly designed journal masthead. We welcome feedback; let us know what you think. 

Yours in prevention and health,

Matthew L. Boulton, MD, MPH

American Journal of Preventive Medicine

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