More than 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's disease today, and that number is expected nearly to triple by 2015. I've met so many families who are dealing with the heartbreaking reality of watching a loved one's memory and mental capacity slip away, all while they struggle to find--and afford--the right care.
To solve the health care conundrum, fix the system and survive its dysfunctionality I wrote from my experience and analyzed statistical data available in public records and medical literature. It became clear to me that to survive and even thrive in this mess we must get tough, strong and focus on our personal prevention and wellbeing.
As the open enrollment period for 2016 health insurance draws near, you may be re-evaluating the ACA and how it affects you. It is easy to start a spirited argument on the subject, but one thing is not up for debate: multiple surveys and articles report that the cost of health care insurance plans is on the rise again.