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The Cost of Being Sick (2nd ed.)

The Cost of Being Sick (2nd ed.)
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Lousy nutritional habits, a "treatment vs. prevention" medical industry mindset, and the high cost of paying for prescription drugs are all merging to create a health care "perfect storm" that will, if left unattended, swallow the health care industry whole and take a lot of Americans with it.


Healthcare futurist and medical product inventor Nicholas J. Webb, explores seven key predictions regarding the future-and the reality-of America's current health care system. Based on current studies, The Cost of Being Sick follows today's trends of their logical finales.


Avoiding this imminent crash, however, can be done. With health benefits slipping while the cost of treatments continues to escalate all in the face of poor health routines that feed the disease process, there is only one possible course of action. Each of us must accept the responsibility for our own health-not only for ourselves, but for our children as well.


And here's the silver-lining: Not only does The Cost of Being Sick expose the cause of our failing health care system, but it also presents the cure. And the cure promises more than just relief from the problems we are facing. This cure also promises a better lifestyle and a strengthened financial position.

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Lousy nutritional habits, a "treatment vs. prevention" medical industry mindset, and the high cost of paying for prescription drugs are all merging to create a health care "perfect storm" that will, if left unattended, swallow the health care industry whole and take a lot of Americans with it.

Healthcare futurist and medical product inventor Nicholas J. Webb, explores seven key predictions regarding the future-and the reality-of America's current health care system. Based on current studies, The Cost of Being Sick follows today's trends of their logical finales.

Avoiding this imminent crash, however, can be done. With health benefits slipping while the cost of treatments continues to escalate all in the face of poor health routines that feed the disease process, there is only one possible course of action. Each of us must accept the responsibility for our own health-not only for ourselves, but for our children as well.

And here's the silver-lining: Not only does The Cost of Being Sick expose the cause of our failing health care system, but it also presents the cure. And the cure promises more than just relief from the problems we are facing. This cure also promises a better lifestyle and a strengthened financial position.

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