How Does NYC Coronavirus compare to the World?

An article I found today in The Week showed statistics from the New York City (NYC) Department of Health and Mental Hygiene about death rates in NYC. It reported that about half the coronavirus cases are found in adults under … Continue reading

It Can Be That Easy

Seems like every day we are hearing about health care and getting it confused with health insurance. Think back to the late 1990’s. It wasn’t that difficult. It was almost as easy as buying insurance for your car or home. … Continue reading

Health Care is not Health Insurance

Health insurance is insurance, not health care. Insurance covers specific criteria. It pays an agreed upon amount when certain conditions are met. Health care is the industry to supports your health. It includes health insurance. And, more importantly, it includes … Continue reading

Prevention versus Correction – You Don’t Win in Today’s System

Health care after the fact is not the type of care we should desire. We should have a health care system that supports and maintains good health – prevents disease from being a health risk. Our health care system is … Continue reading

You Can’t Handle the Truth!

Most of us remember that line from the movie, A Few Good Men. Lt. Weinberg was asking Colonel Jessup if he ordered the Code Red. After a bit of banter regarding answers versus truths, Colonel Jessep shouted, “You can’t handle … Continue reading

The Great American Hoax, Red’s Personal Manifesto

We have a problem of nearly infinite proportions in our country. It is termed health care. However, our medical institution and the accompanying pharmacology industry are not treating health in a caring way. They are solving medical problems that are … Continue reading