A Prediction about Health Care Costs in the U.S.
Majid Ali, M.D.
I predict The New York Times will be proven wrong about what it printed on Nov. 6, 2015.
Predictions Based on Study of Oxygen and Rights-Responsibility Dynamics
I base my predictions based on my study of oxygen homeostasis (molecular biology of oxygen) and my understanding of human nature.
Here is what The New York Times told its readers on Nov. 6, 2015: “…the year 2020 were $175 billion lower than the projections made in August 2010.”
I predict the costs will not be lower unless there is draconian rational of medical care in the U.S. The New York Times will be proven wrong on the cost of the American disease-maintenance system again.
The New York Times does not understand the rights-responsibility dynamics of health of people anywhere in the world. If it did, it would recognize its journalistic “lapdogness” in not mentioning the crucial matter of personal responsibility of Americans in matters of health.
Americans continue to be shamelessly drugged for diseases with devastating consequences. The rates of dying among middle-aged (45 to 54-yr-old) European Americans increased during the fourteen years preceding the 2015 report. The main causes were drugs abuse, substance abuse, alcohol abuse, liver disease, and suicide. This is just one face of American health woes.
So, then why doesn’t the Times see something that simple? Because its medical journalists are lapdog Joes, not watchdogs for the society.
I base m predictions based on my study of oxygen homeostasis (molecular biology of oxygen) and my understanding of human natutyre.