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Normadate (Labetalol Hcl)

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UNDERSTANDING HEART DISEASE AND AGEING: WEALTH V. HEALTH
In matters of wealth it is accepted practice in society to make decisions early: to take advice from several, often opposing, sources of information and then to make financial decisions which are quite independent of either. It is also accepted practice to make provisions for the future, and to update one’s financial picture on a regular basis.
In matters of health it seems that a whole different ball game exists, one that leaves the individual very little choice or say in matters that are directly connected to life itself and the preservation of it. In one area it is generally thought that it would be foolish to trust blindly, in another, it would seem that total trust is the order of the day.
Yet there are increasing signs that health and wealth are inextricably connected. They have to be, because modern health care has become a very expensive business. Awareness of this need not make us suspicious, but it should make us more cautious, more aware of our options.
Then too, the changing face of health care and the speed at which current health knowledge and techniques are being superseded, means that no establishment, however worthy, can
incorporate them into its structure quickly enough. It is both the strength and weakness of establishments, such as the medical establishment, that they are cautious in adopting new procedures. But for now we are looking at whether the practice of placing your health blindly in their hands for them to make decisions about it at some future date is wise, especially considering the times in which we live.
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