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More Than Half of Americans Have Chronic Illnesses

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  • Americans spend more than 17 percent of the annual GDP on health care costs, equating to over $9,500 per capita, without experiencing good results
  • Over half of U.S. citizens suffer from chronic illness, infants are born with toxins already in their bloodstream and adults are sicker and more economically disadvantaged than 10 other developed countries
  • With rising costs predicted for the coming decade, access to a health care system designed to manage disease may not be the answer when preventive strategies can reduce your potential for disease and your costs

By Dr. Mercola

The cost of health care in the U.S. jumped to over 17 percent of the GDP in 2015. However, even though the U.S. tops $3 trillion in spending on health care each year, it is the worst performing system ranked by multiple aspects of care.

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