As the world gets more business-centric and technology-dominant, so does the need for people to be healthier. The reason for this is quite simple. There are some businesses where people are working continuously for long hours. There are also some technologies that people are using incessantly for long hours. Both of these have adverse effects not just on their physical health, but also on their emotional health and mental health.
But you know what? The need for people to be healthier goes way beyond living in a world where almost everything is about the wellbeing of a business and the safety of a technology, rather than the wellbeing and the safety of those behind these industries.
The need for people to be healthier also goes beyond living in a world where almost everything is about the ordained policies of healthcare and the unreasonable prices of medicine, rather than the wellbeing and the safety of those under these industries – both of which can actually be adjusted for everyone who needs to be treated and who needs to be assisted, especially for those who are struggling to make a decent living.
This is where the importance of cheaper prescription drugs comes into play, especially the Cheaper Prescription Drugs Act of California a.k.a. Proposition 79.
Health is a right, not just a privilege. Life is a right, not a privilege.
It doesn’t matter who you are. It also doesn’t matter how much you are earning. It doesn’t even matter what position you have in our society. All that matters is you have the right to get access on cheaper medicine. All that matters is you have the right to get treated. All that matters is you have the right to be assisted.
You deserve to think about your health just as others do, even if you can’t afford a fixed benefit health plan right now.