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Dr. Thomas Jones and John Cotton want people to take the bull by the horns and take charge of their health.
New York, NY (PRWEB) August 22, 2014
If you are an American over 50 years old, it is important to understand what is going on when it comes to health-care policies and doctor-patient relations so you can aggressively demand the best care.
That's the message Dr. Thomas Jones and John Cotton in their new book, Aging Aggressively.
Once you know the ins and outs, youll feel more confident and enjoy the aging process. This information includes knowing the steps and missteps that brought the diagnostic tests and medication to the attention of you and your doctor.
You can and should be certain that your voice is heard in every aspect of social and medical planning. This includes being aware that your doctor may not have the same agenda as yourself, so learn to say "no"--particularly to diagnostic tests and medication not tested in your age group.
Aging Aggressively offers advice on personal health practices, including valuable resources to help you successfully manage your health, and how to fill your life with humor, animals, music and memories.
As a member of the elderly population in the United States, you are part of a significant numerical force in society, Jones said.
Aging Aggressively also describes the impending disaster in the present Medicare/Medicaid system, primarily due to the poor planning of proper and adequate funding for the federal program. Jones describes alternate health care funding used in others countries as well as in a few states in the U.S.
Jones also states it is likely you need to plan your own health care funding, thus not relying on Federal or State funds--although they have been promised.
This book attempts to provide a basis for the elderly to have fun with their lives, to enjoy particularly their memories of their own lives and to limit to a minimum relying on a broken health care system, Jones said.
By: Thomas Jones, MD
John Cotton, MS
Betsy M. Chalfin M.Ed
Available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Balboa online bookstores.
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