Your Second Fifty: Rising Above the Myths of Aging is a documentary that will educate and inspire those in their second fifty, that it’s possible to live their remaining years positively, productively, healthy and happy.
The documentary clarifies how myths and limiting beliefs affect our health and happiness and prevent us from reaching our true potential within each of our five dimensions:
Mental, Emotional, Physical, Financial and Spiritual.
See the website: Your Second Fifty Documentary
Guests include: Dr. Bruce Lipton, Arielle Ford, David Wolfe, Tracy Repchuk, Bob Proctor, Shawne Duperon, Dr. John Demartini, Peggy McColl, Dr. Daniel Amen, Aurora Winter, Dr. Fab Mancini, Mimi Kirk, Mitch Richmond, Mary Morrissey, Gary M. Douglas, Morgana Rae, Dr. Eric Plasker, Valerie Sheppard, Dr Ron Brown, Sheevaun Moran, Dr. Terry Rondberg and Teresa de Grosbois- to name a few!
UK Comedian Michael McIntyre is here to deliver a message to non-parents on behalf of all parents.
And that message is: “YOU HAVE NO IDEA.“
For example, you have no idea how hard it is to leave the house or go to sleep. Let’s take a little look, shall we…
Parents, we salute you. People without kids, we salute you too, because you have to constantly put up with people asking you questions like this.
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John Green is kind of amazing. He knows his facts about healthcare costs in the United States way better than you or me. And they are mind-blowing and/or horrifying.
This is an extract of his research…
Alright, so you’ve probably heard that the reason people enjoy “free” healthcare in Australia and the UK and Canada, etc., etc., is that they pay higher taxes. That money then goes into a big pot and is used to pay for peoples’ healthcare. But IN FACT, in the United States, we spend more tax money per capita on healthcare than Germany, Australia, the United Kingdom, or Canada. That’s right Hank, you pay more in taxes for healthcare than you would if you were British, and in exchange for those taxes, you get… no healthcare.
In fact, only about 28% of Americans get their health insurance through government funded programs — mostly poor people, old people, and congress people. But as you can see in this graph, our private healthcare spending — most of Americans are privately insured through their employers — is WAY higher than anywhere else in the world.
In total, the US currently spends about 18% of its gross domestic product on healthcare costs; Australia by comparison? — 9%.
ORIGINAL: By the incomparable John Green,
who says the following about his sources: “For a much more thorough examination of health care expenses in America, I recommend this series at The Incidental Economist and The Commonwealth Fund’s Study of Health Care Prices in the U.S. Some of the stats in this video also come from this New York Times story.”
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