A Newsweek headline read, “How bad is the U.S. health care system?” Among high-income nations, it’s the worst, the study says.
U.S. #healthcare may be one of the best in the world, however, our healthcare system itself is complicated, expensive, and somewhat dysfunctional.
One constant in health care is change. There are significant advancements in health care technology and the treatments available to us. Today more people are accessing health care than ever before and there is more expensive care to be accessed.
Healthcare has become ever more complex and expensive with too many citizens not always getting the full healthcare they may need. Still we’ve come a long way in the treatment of diseases that once meant certain death and in how we treat disease and illnesses.
Wellness means making life choices in your diet, exercise and how you care for yourself. Applying general wellness solutions can prevent diseases and slow down the signs of aging.
In today’s news we provide links to the White House social secretary’s departure, health care and the stock market.
This initial post on health care condenses President Obama’s speech on health care into a quick, unbiased overview of the intentions of Obama’s Health Care Plan.