Please join StudyMode to read the full document. Some may say that current United states is equal in terms of gender. I totally disagree with them because if we see deeply we'll find out women are still far behind politically and economically. We will also find out the minorities or the immigrant women are more discriminated in every Sphere of life. If we look at the political situation of USA , we will easily find that the women are far more behind in terms of representing the political institution then the men.
Introduction Today, the persisting inequality in the national health care system is one of the major challenges to the US policy-makers and one of the major threats to the national security. This means that representatives of the upper-class have better access to health care services of the higher quality compared to representatives of the low- and middle-class, whereas representatives of the white majority have also better and wider access to health care services compared to Hispanics, Native Americans, and other minorities. In such a situation, the elimination of barriers on the way of all Americans to health care services and creating equal opportunities for all to access health care services of the high quality is one of the major challenges and one of the strategic goals of the US policy-makers and health care professionals. The public grows more and more concerned with the elimination of inequality in health care services, while the current health care reform should eliminate this inequality.
Obesity causes plenty of illnesses, bringing people to physicians for medication which leads to spending money. Health insurances are spending more and more every year on cases due to obesity Cline People do not know how expensive the surgeries or treatments are for curing obesity. Low-income families are banking on amount of food stamps they get monthly to feed their families.
Health care inequality is when one group of people in an economy is in much worse health than another group, with limited access to care. In the United States, health and health care inequality is correlated with income inequality. Research has found that the higher your income, the better your health. One reason health care inequality in America is so high is that it's the only developed country that relies on private health insurance.