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Question by No Chance Without Thor: What is so hard about accepting that Health Care should be a right for ALL citizens?
A Harvard study estimates that 44,800 people die a year in America due to lack of insurance.
Health care is like national defense and infrastruture. The more healthy a society the more productive and responsible the society becomes. To deny others of a basic human need is not being responsible, its a statement of self righteousness.
Answer by You Make My Brain Hurt
Then it should be PAID for by ALL citizens. I’m sick of being an ATM for the lazy. You want something, WORK for it.
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Question by eagle: If “Universal Health Care” is passed is it fair that out elected officials should have a different plan?
If “Universal Health Care” is so good, why is it not good enough for our elected officials? Is something wrong here?
Answer by lawgirl
You will have a choice. They should have the same choice as you. It isn’t that it is so great, it is that it is better than what many people have. That’s like saying government officials should live on the same amount that people on welfare should.
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Doctors should check weight and height for all patients to determine if they’re obese and refer them to intensive diet and exercise programs if necessary, according to new guidelines from a U.S. government-backed panel.
The ACA roll-out has raised questions on where the government should draw the line in the personal welfare of its citizens. How does the new health care law …
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What Doctors Should Expect Now: Pros and Cons
We are in the middle of a battle over the Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare, as it is known. I think many physicians are worried about what this means for their practice. They hear about the medical home. They hear about changes in evidence-based …
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Obama attempts to define politics IRS leaves out question of how much …
WHAT PROS ARE READING. Brett Norman reports, “The Obama administration released three rules Tuesday spelling out hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tax provisions meant to fund the Affordable Care Act. The health insurance tax will collect $ 8 …
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Question by Shahnn: Should President Obama lower the requirements for practicing medicine once Universal Health Care passes?
Once Universal Health Care is approved, everyone will enjoy the same health care rights regardless of their financial status. This is going to introduce MILLIONS of new patients into the system requiring more doctors and nurses to provide adequate care. Don’t you think the requirements for practicing medicine should be lowered to accommodate the demand? Say, 3 month course to achieve nurse certification, 6 month course to achieve general practice/doctor certification and 1 year course for doctors that want to perform surgeries?
We need to plan ahead to minimize the wait times. This would be an excellent way to ensure there is adequate resources on hand.
Answer by Captain James T. Bong
Obama is a low requirement..
How do you think he became President?
The Left have no standards.
They would suck anything…they are soo stup!d
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Question by Anthony D: Should I Like Or Dislike The Healthcare Bill?
I’m concern about the future of the United States. When it comes to the healthcare bill I don’t know which side to take! I heard the media from liberal and conservative news, but still undecided!
So i’ll ask the people. Should I be for it or against it, and why?
Answer by Blessed
You should dislike it because it will bankrupt this already fragile economy.
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LONDON (Reuters) – Doctors should only test people for a new virus if they are very ill in hospital with a respiratory infection, have been in Qatar or Saudi Arabia and test negative for common forms of pneumonia and infections, the World Health Organisation said on Saturday.
When doctors screw up, someone life is on the line. Maybe that’s why nearly half of U.S. physicians experience symptoms of burnout — think: exhaustion and depression–according to a new study. What symptoms you should look for in your doctor.
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