Consider the Ferrari 458 Italia. Its V8 engine offers 125 horsepower for every one of its 4.5 liters. It’s more than a car – it’s a feat of engineering. Imagine you are one of the few to own this, or any, Ferrari (or maybe you don’t have to imagine – lucky you). Do you trust it with the mechanic on the corner who takes care of every make and model that pulls into his garage? Read more at Columbia Neurosurgery
It’s just the way you’ve always done it. Every year, like clockwork, you head to the doctor. Even when you feel great, like you usually do, you make that appointment. That’s probably why you’re so healthy, right? Maybe. Maybe not. Read more on AssetBuilder.
As a healthcare consumer, you are bombarded with information from all directions. News, advertising, your brother’s girlfriend, the internet, and tv shows. How do you figure out which information you can trust, which information is just noise, and which information can actually harm you? Read more on AssetBuilder.
It’s also about using your knowledge and training to encourage healthy behavior.
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You’ve supported your young athlete from the beginning. You pay high fees for club teams, participate in the booster club and travel to faraway weekend tournaments. Anything to help him reach his full potential. Then disaster strikes. An injury takes him out of training and competition for an extended time. You wonder what you could have done differently.
Maybe a lot, it turns out.