The New York Times bestseller from the leader in the field of natural health-updated with a new prescriptive chapter. Between the state of Americans' health and the state of this nation's health care system, wellness-or the lack of it-has become a crisis in literally millions of households. Obesity is epidemic and someone in this country files for bankruptcy every thirty seconds in the aftermath of a serious health problem. In this visionary New York Times bestseller, the world-renowned pioneer in the field of integrative medicine offers concrete solutions-now. Along with an overview of the state of today's health care system, the paperback edition of You Can't Afford to Get Sick provides specific prescriptive information that will appeal to the core audience of readers who have made Dr. Weil's other books #1 bestsellers.Most of them also enjoy better health than we do, with lower rates of obesity and chronic diseases and with greater ... For example, until 1966, Canadians spent about as much on health care as Americans, but now Canadians (and ... One reason Canadians get more for their money is that their system is more efficient, with only about half as much money lost to administrative waste as in the United States.
|Title||:||You Can't Afford to Get Sick|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2010-12-28|