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The present healthcare system is in a state of disaster. It should more aptly be called a sick care system. New evidence keeps piling up about the terrible side- effects of drugs. In spite of the fact that Americans spend much more than any other country on healthcare, the United States ranks 23rd in the world in longevity. Healthcare costs have continued to increase to the point where many major corporations have had to declare bankruptcy. There is an urgent need for a change away from the present failed medical system to a system based on natural alternative methods that work without any harmful side-effects and at a fraction of the cost. Dr. Bernard Singer, in his new book, Improving with Age: How to Live to 101 and Still Have Fun, not only offers alternatives to the medical system, he offers a wealth of practical knowledge that can be used to maintain optimum health and joy of living. At his present age of 93, he is a living proof of what he writes about. He will be 94 on March 18, 2010.
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