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review Well author Sandro Galea ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Nce between healthy and unhealthy on the large scaleWell is a radical examination of the subtle and not so subtle factors that determine who gets to be healthy in America Galea shows how the country's failing health is a product of American history and character and how refocusing on our national health can usher enlightenment across American life and politic. 3 12 STARS This book is of an outline or overview of what needs to change when we think about healthEven though the US spends significantly on healthcare we have poorer outcomes than other wealthy nationsThis gives a framework for the changes that need to take place in our society in regards to environment community and politics It deals with the difference between health and healthcareA staggering statistic found toward the end of the bookAs a country that thinks about treatments before it thinks about disease America s healthcare expenditures paint a picture of a culture that is focused on living longer than on living well For example in 2014 Medicare spent much caring for the health of people who passed away that year 34000 per person than it did for ALL other Medicare recipients about 9000 per person Surrender To The Millionaire Harleuin Presents product of American history and character and how refocusing on our national health can usher enlightenment across American life and White Rose and the Black politic. 3 12 STARS This book is of an outline or overview of what needs to change when we think about healthEven though the US spends significantly on healthcare we have BIRDMEN 1 poorer outcomes than other wealthy nationsThis gives a framework for the changes that need to take Maggie Life at the Elms Maggie's World Book 1 place in our society in regards to environment community and Love by Design politics It deals with the difference between health and healthcareA staggering statistic found toward the end of the bookAs a country that thinks about treatments before it thinks about disease America s healthcare expenditures Secret Classrooms A Memoir of the Cold War paint a Beautiful Torment Beautiful #1 picture of a culture that is focused on living longer than on living well For example in 2014 Medicare spent much caring for the health of Endless Chain people who Pretty Tough passed away that year 34000 The Mist per Venus 13 person than it did for ALL other Medicare recipients about 9000 Boss Man per Growing Rails Applications in Practice person

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review Well author Sandro Galea ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Sandro Galea argues is that Americans focus on the wrong things when they think about health Our national understanding of what constitutes being well is centered on medicine the lifestyles we adopt to stay healthy and the insurance plans and prescriptions we fall back on when we're not While all these things are important they've not proven to be the differe. Very interesting commentary into the United State s healthcare and how we treat health as a commodity that can be bought which leads to the richer being healthier However health is decided or at least eually by our conditions than our choices The United States has a long standing attitude that bad health is directly tied to your personal bad decisions but we totally ignore the conditions in which a person lives and how those can negatively affect lifelong health The vast majority of money in the US spent on health is for treatment after we re already sick instead of focusing on prevention This is such a shame as prevention could ultimately do good for a larger number of people by removing pollutants etc I do wish this book included action points Instead it went in cycles of stating how the US utilizes this systemmindset and we need a complete attitude shift to change it which isn t helpful for any individual looking to increase their health or help better the health of others HOW can we start creating this attitude change to increase national health to the level of other first world countries


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    free download Well author Sandro Galea Well author Sandro Galea [E–pub Download] read è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Sandro Galea A different take on health and wellness in the United States Though we spend than any other wealthy country on healthcare exercise euipment gy

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    Well author Sandro Galea [E–pub Download] Important and impactful but slightly redundant and pedantic A uick read Not sure I took any action items away but it reinforces my views on the need for investment in health not just healthcare

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    Sandro Galea ↠ 9 free read read è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Sandro Galea Well author Sandro Galea [E–pub Download] Although I generally agree with the overall message I found this book to be largely redundant making the same point repeatedly in slightly different ways

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    free download Well author Sandro Galea Well author Sandro Galea [E–pub Download] Sandro Galea is a rockstar in the field of public health This book is a meditation on the factors that influence health Galea makes so many very important points The frustrating thing is that it is not clear what one person can do to change any of this other than being aware of this and voting accordingly and supporting

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    free download Well author Sandro Galea Well author Sandro Galea [E–pub Download] read è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Sandro Galea This is a must read for everyone It discusses the role of luck with where when how you're born It discusses how our environment shapes our health and not individual choices It discusses the importance of caring for the needs of the m

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    free download Well author Sandro Galea Sandro Galea ↠ 9 free read read è E-book, or Kindle E-pub ↠ Sandro Galea Well by Sandro Galea is marvelous in its simplicity It utilizes a statement put forth by Benjamin Franklin; an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cureGalea’s main argument is that we throw money at problems but don’t get much out of it The United States has the highest health spending in the developed world and one of the lowest life expectancies Galea argues that this is because we focus on the wrong

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  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Well author Sandro Galea
  • Sandro Galea
  • English
  • 02 April 2020
  • 9780190916831