The political battle proceeds in the health care system and that which will ultimately evolve following congregational action. The house voted to repeal the healthcare reform bill and also to begin all over on projects which can target the problems in the healthcare industry with fiscally responsible activities. The senate thus much has held the party line and supports the present law. Many nations are challenging the constitutionality of this law and the mandate for every person to buy health care insurance. The constitutionality of the law will likely be decided in the Supreme Court.
Regardless of what happens in this next round of political shenanigans it’s still your health that’s on the line. The new system won’t benefit you from getting ill, but just you are able to control your own wellness.
Together with the wonderful controversy raging in the country over the direction our health care system is going to take it’s essential that we as people start taking responsibility for our own health. If we do not accept personal responsibility for our own health we might wind up relying on a government or private system which can’t or won’t have the ability to support our particular problems.
The present leadership of our congressional leaders would be to declare that 20-30 million individuals who don’t now have health insurance have to by law have health insurance or face a fine. Legislation mandates that insurance companies need to make health insurance accessible to all those people. There’s presently a projected deficit of physicians and the accession of 20-30 million more individuals will certainly lead to rationing of care. Some countries who have implemented such laws, such as Massachusetts, are already experiencing remarkably long waits to get an appointment with a health care provider.
As a country we’re in terrible health. Our youth are facing a health crisis today that frequently didn’t appear until middle age. People in middle age are afflicted by chronic degenerative diseases which our parents didn’t have till the later phases in life. Our older population suffers from the exact same degenerative diseases including muscular degeneration, Alzheimer’s dementia and Parkinson’s disease. Why are we getting an outbreak of obesity, beginning (type 2) diabetes and degenerative ailments? Why cannot we do a better job of preventing illness instead of just treating it after it’s found?
What do we do proactively to make sure that we’re doing the very best we could for our own bodies? Has the Triton medical community supplied us with all of the details we will need to understand? What’s the true story on the way our bodies operate and is there anything we can do to make sure they possess the capacity to fight and win the war against degenerative diseases?
Our health care system is under attack and might not have the ability to supply for us if we really need it. For too long we’ve depended upon the health care system to inform us during early detection what’s ailing us. What that really means is that till we reveal symptoms of a disorder the medical community hasn’t yet been trained to assist us.