True in the US, where the
health care system is profit-oriented. Not true in other
In the US, more than 13% of GNP is
spent on health, a world record, but it does not produce a world record in life
expectancy or in (low) infant mortality.
University of Haifa
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Sent: Monday, February 28, 2005 11:13
Subject: Re: [evol-psych] Father Knows
In a message dated 2/28/2005 5:16:50 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, ian.pitchford@...
re: health insurance
But it's also mostly
benefited higher-income people with
according to Helms, while meaning greater costs
to our wallets,
freedoms and choices.
Absolutely true. I pay $6000 a year for my health ins. (just me, not
family) up $1000 from last year. And this is supposedly what my employer is
paying for each full-timer. (I am contributing what they refuse to pay for
adjuncts). That $6000 doesn't include, $15 co pays for doctors, $10 co pays
for drugs, and $500 a year deductible.
Believe those who are seeking the truth. Doubt those who find it.