However, this is considered a “luxury” to many, because millions of low income families cannot afford the same care as the middle or high class. In this case, the right to live does not seem to be extended to all Americans. Universal health care will ensure a higher life expectancy, reduce cost of medical treatment through a single-payer method, and improve medical treatments. The United States will gain a higher life expectancy rate from a universal health care system. Harvard researchers found a “40% increased risk of death among the uninsured” (“Right to Health Care”).
Dutton, Forest, Kneebone and Zwicker(2018)note that a 2009 Canadian Senate Report argues that health care system costs were only responsible for 25 percent of health outcomes. The socioeconomic environment played a much larger role in health outcomes(p. E66). This is important for three reasons. The first reason is because it makes it clear that health care spending was not the primary way of improving health care outcomes. The second reason is because it indicates that more attention needs to be paid to the social determinants of health.
Medicines consume a major part of the total money spent on health care. The use of generic drugs has been steadily increasing internationally as a result of economic pressure on health care budgets. Generic drugs give the prospect for major savings in health care expenditure since they are significantly lower in price than the equivalent branded counterparts. Prescribing generic drugs or International Non- proprietary Name (INN) by doctors and request pharmacists to dispense generic drugs are often advised means for lowering the costs of health care. Generic drugs is a proven, cost-effective strategy for dropping drug expenditure.
The Bennett’s government increased the tariffs with the purpose to protect Canadian production. He here followed Hawley Smoot Tariff and he could manage to save some firms. However, still it conversely limited the trades more with the fall in international demands. Many producers of staples in particular were therefor burdened with surplus product. The problem was that it did not effectively decrease the unemployment issue despite the increase in tariff created 25,000 jobs.
According to the quiz this is greater than the number of people who die of things such as breast cancer or aids. This is an eye opener to how our health system is sometimes negligent toward the people they treat. When it comes to nutrition, I learned that blueberries have the highest fighting antioxidants which help fight diseases. Another thing that I was not aware
In the 1900s, the total population of Canada was 5,310,000, and a century after in 2000, it sextupled to 30.77 million people. Despite a fertility rate of 1.6 children per female, Canada’s current population growth rate is 1.2% . If this continues at this rate, it would result in a doubling of the population. There will be less habitable and arable land for our citizens to live on and people are more liable to falling ill easily as air-borne illness can be easily transmitted between citizens. Medical personnel may not be able to be deployed efficiently to treat the sick.
As OECD in the world more than thirds of the poorest countries had conflict in 2002. If we compare, the countries with middle incomes are less likely inclined to civil war and countries with high incomes have little risk of civil war. The evidence shows that the "risk of conflict rises as per capita national income drops derives primarily"( Rice,Graff and Lewis 7). When most of people have lower income or the people are jobless that causes poverty people are not satisfy with the condition their lives and incomes and most of the time for earning money they try many ways. Some time they start war against government and some time may they invade on other countries, nation, or tribes to get their rights or the things that belong to them.
Contra arguments Many scholars believe that direct democracy pave the way for citizens to give their opinion directly to formulate policy makings. Though it has a lot of advantages but many scholars outline the drawbacks of the direct democracy. Feld & Matsusaka (2000) found that cantons with mandatory referendums spend significantly less than other cantons based on panel data for all 26 cantons from 1980 to 1998. The estimate that the presence of a mandatory referendum with a spending threshold of 2.5 million Swiss francs (the sample median) is associated with 19% less expenditure per capita, holding constant other determinants of spending such as income. The magnitude of this effect is remarkably large, and suggests that the spending choices of Swiss legislators are far from the preferred policy of the median voter.
Expensive: Privatized health care is expensive in nature. Poor people cannot afford it very easily and do not have a option expect to select public Health care which provide services in cheap. People with low income will have greater burden of medical fees than those with high income. Also, people with high income usually have medical insurance covered by their employing company. But, people with low income usually don’t have a medical insurance covered by their employers.
Some people don’t want these treatments and prefer to go natural. The use of natural medicine cures rates are more than 30 times higher than the cure rates of those who use the brutal, old-school, highly profitable chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. In this essay the advantages and disadvantages of the baking soda and maple syrup as a natural treatment for cancer with regard to economic