Prevention

Prevention

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by Rodale
     
 

Current Issue: August 2016

Prevention is the largest healthy lifestyle magazine brand in the world and the 11th largest magazine in the nation, with more than 11 million readers. In 2007, Prevention was named to Ad Age's prestigious "A-List" and won a Folio Ozzie Award for "Best Redesign" and a Capell "Best Performer" Honorable Mention for circulation gains.

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Prevention is the largest healthy lifestyle magazine brand in the world and the 11th largest magazine in the nation, with more than 11 million readers. In 2007, Prevention was named to Ad Age's prestigious "A-List" and won a Folio Ozzie Award for "Best Redesign" and a Capell "Best Performer" Honorable Mention for circulation gains.

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Publisher:
Rodale
# of issues/year:
12
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
August 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
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Prevention 3.3 out of 5 based on 2 ratings. 224 reviews.
StellaMaz More than 1 year ago
I bought a Nook Color for several reasons, one of which was to start the conversion of getting "hard copy" magazines to digital copies. I very rarely ever read a magazine again once finished with it, and I don't like storing them. Throwing them away seems a waste, and recycling in my area is a PITA. So ... I have great hopes for the digital future of magazines. Prevention is one of my favorite magazines, and the digital version for Nook Color did not disappoint me. It's laid out well; easy to navigate; looks stunning on the Nook Color screen; and the price is reasonable. I'm happy with this magazine and look forward to someday reading ALL of my magazines this way.
Birthwaves More than 1 year ago
Have been a Big fan of Prevention for decades. I wish it had fewer ads and more content though. But it is still very informative.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like the format of this because it has article view and the pages can be dragged bigger or smaller. Some other mags don't allow dragging out & some don't have article view. The emag is better than the paper copy. The content, of course, is great.
ewelsch More than 1 year ago
My rating is not for the content, but for the fact that when I discontinued my print subscription my digital copies (of months I paid for) disappeared.  Prevention insisted they did not have a record of the subscription despite the fact that I gave them the account information etc.  So be for warned, that if you cancel , you will lose your old digital copies.  This has NOT happened with other digital subscriptions.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
would def pay extra for a NON ad version!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For a magazine the purports to be about natural healing and health, there is an abundance of prescription drug advertisements. I get sick of seeing these commercials on the TV; I'm not going to pay to read them.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've looked to Prevention for years to provide new research, encourage, and remind me in a healthy life course. The last few years, I feel they've started to push agendas rather than informing with respect. And, where they once gave appropriate consideration to the spiritual side of healthy, I feel that they've begun to exclude a Christian faith in that consideration. A quote given full page importance in the April 2014 issue is outright disrespctful. This from an organization that has always been considerate and respectful & informative and encouraging, I find as disappoining as if from an old and dear friend... as if Ardath herself suddenly began talking discrimanatory and spiteful.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
With so many ads in this mag, they should pay you to subscribe.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too many ads
DeDedeDe More than 1 year ago
I have always loved Prevention magazine and how convenient to have it at my fingertips all the time. Yes it has too many ads, but so does every magazine sold on every news stand. I have a general question that I am having trouble finding the answer to, and that is.... How do you "unsubscribe" if you decide you no longer want it to automatically download each month??
reader-on-the-go More than 1 year ago
There was a lot of good information but a lot of advertisements. Some things I would want to tear out and share with a friend but on Nook that is not possible. I'll have to think about whether to subscribe or just buy copies that I find interesting.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice magazine that I never have time to read and I guess B&N doesn't ever want you to cancel because there's no options to do so.
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To many ads
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