One of the overriding issues in America is health care. It affects virtually every aspect of domestic policy, including politics, business, the economy and personal lives of Americans from the poor to the very rich.Sadly, in this current political season the answer seems to NOT be on solutions other than offer us more of the same with so-called “universal coverage” for everyone. In other words, the system we have now sucks, so everyone should suffer through it equally. When I discuss this, my Conservative and Liberal friends respond with something like, “What do you mean? We have the best health care system in the world!” But still, both sides simply approach the problem as an insurance problem instead of a public health issue. Too bad.In my mind, the problem with health care in America is that the entire paradigm is flawed. From birth, we’re indoctrinated into the disease model and that drugs can prevent or cure any malady. In other words, we must prevent and fight disease.So, we start babies off with “their shots”. While I believe vaccination should be a matter of choice, the number and types of shots recommended for babies and toddlers really is an assault on… Read full this story
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