Guest Column: After Obamacare

PhotoObamacare will fail even if it works:
No health care system is affordable
unless it’s based on nutrition and prevention
by Mike Adams

(NaturalNews column 11/20/2013) Forget the name “Obamacare” for the next few minutes. Because it doesn’t matter if you call our national health care system “BushCare” or “ReaganCare” or even “CarterCare” — it has forever been based on allowing food, beverage and pharma companies to sicken the population while invoking costly “interventionist medicine” to “manage disease” rather than preventing disease with nutrition. Continue reading

Brian’s Column: Omamacare V

“…I was sick and you visited me.” — Jesus

[Omamacare IV]

Omamacare V5Ms. Phyllis Joy Wright (85), aka Mom, lives with me in my condominium in Novi, Michigan. She’s a special-needs senior who has a genetic ailment called polycystic kidney disease (PKD), which has required hemodialysis three times a week since September 2009. This is the fifth in a series of seven columns that I have written or will be writing for purposes of:

  1. recording a ‘you are there’ diary of care for a real person in a representative yet relatively upscale healthcare system in contemporary America Continue reading