You don't need to fix a problem if you don't have one in the first place.
It is the 21st century and many illness have been eradicated from the United States. Vaccines have taken care of the threat that smallpox poses, the danger of polio, and risks of influenza. Today, even in the first world country of America; illness, injury, and disorder still claim many lives and degrade the human experience altogether. If only there was a way to prevent unfortunate health then maybe people would live better lives and for longer. Wait, there is. With just simple practices and changes in lifestyle, Edna, an obese 44 year having died of a heart attack for her unhealthy diet, could have lived to her 80s; Jeff, a college athlete having torn his ACL for not stretching, could have gone pro; and Robert, a child having suffered traumatic brain injury for not wearing a helmet, could have avoided intellectual disability. All around us people are harming themselves unknowingly. While some are conscious of their poor choices, they fail to see the outcome. It is vital that the message of prevention be spread. Medicine cannot fix everything and whatever it can, always turns out to cost more in effort, time, and money.
Prevention is better than cure