Health Care Costs... can we control them?
This image was taken in Victoria Park in Truro, Nova Scotia. I grew up in this
town that provided a great place to call home. The park is inside the town limits and worth
taking the time to visit. There are great hiking trails, and the park avails itself
to many of us who are of limited mobility.
I intend posting to be ‘very’ challenging to
It has been established for some time that nearly 50% of all health care costs in
It seems to me that in many ways this becomes a social or moral issue that we should address in
The ability to forecast the quality of life, as well as quantity might allow us to spend more money on those who have
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Let’s consider that obesity, particularly morbid obesity, is directly implicated in hypertension (high blood pressure), stage two diabetes, chronic joint problems and many o
Alcoholism has a tremendous direct impact on health care costs. It is directly implicated in heart and liver disease, hypertension and several cancers. These are chronic costs that can be significantly reduced when cessation programs are delivered. Shouldn’t we immediately identify those who need help and provide proactive treatment for
The issues of bad behavior and
The point here is that we have a very good health care system in
It will take leadership in our health care sector and in government in order to initiate and sustain
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