American healthcare is often considered too expensive by many individuals and organizations. The cost of healthcare in the United States has been debated for decades, with numerous studies and reports highlighting the disproportionately high costs compared to other developed countries. Several factors contribute to the high cost of healthcare in the United States.

Healthcare is a fundamental human right, and access to quality medical services should be a priority for every individual. However, a harsh reality looms over the healthcare landscape – healthcare inflation. The relentless rise in healthcare costs has far-reaching consequences, affecting individuals and the broader economy.

QUICK READ: Spending too much leisure time in front of a TV or computer screen appears to dramatically increase the risk for heart disease and premature death from any cause, perhaps regardless of how much exercise one gets, according to a study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. Obesity is the leading cause of death in America, costing the health care system $1.72 trillion and it’s getting worse.