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Health Economics and Financing

Introduction to Health Economics (Understanding Public Health)

A little light reading when I am done by MPH Introduction to Health Economics (Understanding Public Health)

Introduction to Health Economics Concepts - a Beginners Guide

Introduction to Health Economics Concepts - a Beginners Guide

The Dictionary Of Health Economics, Second Edition  Anthony J. Culyer    '[This dictionary] features 2,310 terms used by various national health care systems including those of the US, Australia, Canada, and the UK. The dictionary clearly identifies and concisely defines each term, and cites current literature that uses the term. . . this Dictionary is an extraordinary work, and Culyer should be commended for his effort.’   – R.M. Mullner, Choice - *A Choice Outstanding Academic Book for…

The Dictionary Of Health Economics, Second Edition Anthony J. Culyer '[This dictionary] features 2,310 terms used by various national health care systems including those of the US, Australia, Canada, and the UK. The dictionary clearly identifies and concisely defines each term, and cites current literature that uses the term. . . this Dictionary is an extraordinary work, and Culyer should be commended for his effort.’ – R.M. Mullner, Choice - *A Choice Outstanding Academic Book for…

The Evolution of Institutional Economics

The Evolution of Institutional Economics

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Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism

Economics For Everyone, 2nd Edition: A Short Guide To The Economics Of Capitalism

Economics for Everyone: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism

Being a woman is NOT a pre-existing condition!

Republicans think being a woman is a pre-existing condition and want women to pay up to more than men for the same health coverage

And all of this says...exactly nothing.  BMI is a poor indicator of health based on weight.  Two women with the same BMI indicating overweight can have different predispositions in the development of future disease.  But, we have no other reliable indicator either (excluding waist-to-hip ratio), so it's definitely needed.

The doctor told me I'm a healthy obese person. That doesn't make sense to me? Does that mean I'm healthy now but forgot to mention long term damage?

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