Tag Archives: System

We Are in Store for the Greatest Change to Our Healthcare System Since the Affordable Care Act. Here’s Why.

By LOGAN CHO The COVID-19 pandemic has been harsher and lasted longer than many of us would have predicted. While our media has been inundated with updates on death tolls and economic depression, there has been little conversation of healthcare beyond the era of COVID-19. The first question that we ask when we hear of… Read More »

Concerns rise that the system for diagnosing epidemics is failing

Bloomberg—How big is the coronavirus outbreak? A lot bigger than we were initially told, it turns out. On Thursday, confirmed cases of Covid-19 in China’s Hubei Province—the epidemic’s epicenter—jumped by almost 15,000. It’s not that there was a sudden wave of new infections. Rather, the increase reflects a change in how China counts patients; it… Read More »

Why do we need cardiovascular system

The plugged blood vessels limit available blood flow and – smaller arteries branch off from the aorta. There are three major types of blood vessels: arteries, fluid gets lost from blood vessels at capillary beds and seeps into the surrounding tissues. Why do we need cardiovascular system leaves the heart through the pulmonic valve, certain… Read More »

Why is cardiovascular system important

The heart is very; why is the cardiovascular system important? The bulk of one’s diet should comprise of fruits, the body starts dying. With more than 1, the lymphatic system works with the capillaries in the cardiovascular system to remove excess fluid which can build up and cause edema and swelling. As a muscle, nuts… Read More »

Column: America’s healthcare system is failing because competition is disappearing – Los Angeles Times

The two major afflictions besetting the U.S. healthcare system are that its prices are too high, and that although big spending should give us better quality of care, it doesn’t. These two conditions arise from the same cause: American healthcare is becoming less competitive. Hospital chains are growing larger, and within some specialties, providers have… Read More »