Hypercholesterolemia is the health issue of the 21st century. It is actually an invented disease, a “problem” that emerged when health professionals learned how to measure cholesterol levels in the blood. High cholesterol exhibits no outward signs–unlike other conditions of the blood, such as diabetes or anemia, diseases that manifest telltale symptoms like thirst or weakness–hypercholesterolemia requires the services of a physician to detect its presence. Many people who feel perfectly healthy suffer from high cholesterol–in fact, feeling good is actually a symptom of high cholesterol!
In a region where the median income is just under $100,000 and where the economic growth — fueled by brilliantly innovative minds — has been nothing short of astounding, there is some of the country’s most abject and abysmal poverty. Read More…Read More »
When problems with government rules arise, the response is more government. It’s very clear that government rules control Medicaid, and the result is rotten care. What we need is less government and more charity care. But charity is functionally illegal under Medicare rules. http://aapsonline.org/narcotics-pain-medicaid-new-jersey/Read More »