By [Ben Noble]

Bernie Sanders and like minded individuals have brought universal healthcare into the mainstream political discussion. The idea of having everyone in the US covered by government funded health insurance might induce feelings of fuzzy euphoria, but its not as simple as “health insurance = good health”. Universal healthcare does nothing to address the everyday choices people make that determines their level of health, the massive amounts of money spent on treating preventable illnesses, and the certain explosion of demand that will create shortages in supply and an increase of costs.



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