Archive For The “Action Items – Make Your Voice Be Heard” Category

ARE VACCINES SAFE?

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“There are at least 63,000 vaccine-injured children in America from 2017 alone, making vaccine injuries a leading cause of injury in children. This is all hidden and denied by the pharma-controlled media, of course, which wants you to focus on 48 children with measles in Michigan rather than 63,000 vaccine-injured children all across America. Read More 

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Why Single Payer For the U.S. Is A Bad Idea

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The reason Nordic countries can spend so little on health care and still score highly on health metrics is because they spend substantially more on social safety net services, like unemployment coverage, education, and foster care. When these are taken into consideration, Nordic countries actually spend more than the US per citizen. Keep in mind, all this spending…

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Can This Bill Save U.S. Healthcare?

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SOURCE: DOWNSIZEDC.ORG Support the One Subject at a Time Act (OSTA) Stop Congressional leaders from clustering unwanted bills with unrelated, sure-to-pass legislation Require each bill to be about only one subject, and to stand or fall entirely on its own merits. Make it easier for your elected officials to represent you by letting them vote…

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Group Purchasing in Healthcare- Rand Paul’s Wonderful Solution

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Group Purchasing in Healthcare- Rand Paul’s Wonderful Solution

SOURCE: THE HILL What if I told you that much of what was attempted through ObamaCare could actually happen if the government could go the opposite direction and get more out of the way in the area of health insurance? If you have insurance through a large employer, say, Toyota or General Motors, certain things…

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COME SEE US AT FREEDOMFEST 2017! New Information Available…

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Updated New Information!: Come See Us at FreedomFest 2017! https://freedomfest.com/blog/2017/07/13/an-exciting-new-alternative-to-obamacare/ Our FreedomFest 2017 Panel

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Urgent: Send Comments to CMS on Reducing the Burden of ObamaCare!

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ACTION ALERT: Dear AAPS members and friends, We have TWO important actions for you to work on this weekend and early next week. 1) Send Comments to CMS on Reducing the Burden of ObamaCare Tell CMS how ObamaCare is harming you as a physician and/or patient. The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is…

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Support One of the Honest Politicians in Washington: Rand Paul on Healthcare

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SOURCE: FOX NEWS On June 27, Sen. Rand Paul, R-Kentucky, sent a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Kentucky, urging him and the other Republicans in the Senate to abandon their plans to replace ObamaCare with what Paul believes—and rightly so—is a model too similar to the one created by the Affordable Care Act….

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Trump Can’t Replace ObamaCare, But We Can!

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Trump doesn’t seem able give patients the high quality, affordability and control they seek, but Dr. Tony Dale at Sedera Health already is with the much more affordable Health Care Sharing for business model that shows the power of the sharing economy.  Add to this the Price Transparency for which Tony’s The Karis Group is…

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Want Lower Healthcare Costs ($1,400 a year)? Take Responsibility for Your Healthy Lifestyle (Recent Study)

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(Reuters Health) – People with heart disease spend a lot less on medications when they take steps to lower their risk of complications by doing things like getting enough exercise, avoiding cigarettes and keeping their blood pressure in check, a U.S. study suggests. For the study, researchers focused on adults diagnosed with the most common…

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Policy Wonk & Health Economist: Single Payer is a Pipe Dream

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SOURCE: Managed Healthcare Executive Single-payer health insurance is the ultimate government control of the healthcare system. Purportedly, single-payer would provide universal coverage without the hassle of enrolling in health insurance every year. Absent the marketing expense, executive salaries, administrative tasks, and profits, health coverage would supposedly become less expensive. Absent the need to bill numerous…

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