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Thu,06-Aug-2020

Israel Hits Beirut With Nuclear Missile, Trump And Lebanese Govt. Confirm

Israel Hits Beirut with Nuclear Missile, Trump and Lebanese Govt. Confirm

Sun,02-Aug-2020

The Spiraling Opioid Epidemic In America

Overdose deaths from synthetic opioids such as fentanyl and tramadol shot up by over 4,000% between 1999-2018. This can be attributed to two things: their relative potency, and the minute quantities of each that qualify as a lethal dose. As per the medical and legal standard, opioids are often compared to morphine. To that end, heroin is 2-5x stronger—while fentanyl is 50-100x more potent. Put another way, roughly a dime-size or 10-12mg of heroin is considered a lethal dose, compared to only 1-2mg of fentanyl. What’s worse, fentanyl is typically mixed with other types of drugs such as heroin or cocaine to increase their effects, which is how it ends up unintentionally ingested. Between 2008-2017, drug-use disorders as a whole claimed the most healthy lives due to poor health or early deaths—measured in disability-adjusted life years (DALYs)—followed in close second by opioid use disorders.

Sun,02-Aug-2020

How Much Do Countries Spend On Healthcare Compared To The Military?

How Much Do Countries Spend on Healthcare Compared to the Military? POLITICSHow Much Do Countries Spend on Healthcare Compared to the Military?Published 2 weeks ago on July 22, 2020By Iman Ghosh Tweet Share Share Reddit Email Country Health versus Miitary Spending Healthcare vs. Military Spending, by Country Keeping citizens both healthy and secure are key priorities for many national governments around the world—but ultimately, decisions must be made on how tax dollars are spent to accomplish these objectives, and funding must fall into one bucket or another. This infographic from PixlParade examines how much 46 different countries put towards healthcare and military spending in 2018, per capita. Head to Head: Healthcare versus Military Data for government and compulsory healthcare spending comes from the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Note that these figures do not include spending through private insurance or out-of-pocket expenses. Meanwhile, the data for military spending comes from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). Country Health spending (Per capita, 2018 US$) Military spending (Per capita, 2018 US$) U.S. $9,008.77 $2,086.50 Norway $5,361.00 $1,323.90 Germany $5,262.83 $559.50 Switzerland $4,687.26 $546.00 Sweden $4,623.68 $574.90 Netherlands $4,461.30 $651.50 Denmark $4,441.07 $792.50 Luxembourg $4,385.66 $650.80 France $4,310.55 $791.00 Austria $4,137.25 $381.00 Source: OECD Source: SIPRI PreviousNext Note: There are minor discrepancies in comparing table data to original sources due to recent estimate updates. Figures for Brazil, South Africa, China, Indonesia, and India come from the World Bank (2017). The Top 10 Healthcare Spenders The U.S. leads the world in government healthcare spending at $9,008 per capita – over 1.5 times that of Norway, the next-highest country examined. Country Per capita health spending % of GDP % of health spending U.S. $9,008.77 14.3% 84.7% Norway $5,361.00 8.6% 85.3% Germany $5,262.83 9.7% 84.6% Switzerland $4,687.26 7.6% 64.4% Sweden $4,623.68 9.3% 85.1% Netherlands $4,461.30 8.2% 82.1% Denmark $4,441.07 8.5% 83.9% Luxembourg $4,385.66 4.4% 84.1% France $4,310.55 9.4% 83.6% Austria $4,137.25 7.7% 74.7% While per-capita government spending on healthcare in the U.S. is the highest in the world, this has not necessarily brought about better outcomes (such as longer life expectancy) compared to other developed nations. It’s also worth mentioning that the above figures do not cover all healthcare costs incurred by citizens, as they do not account for private insurance spending or out-of-pocket expenses. According to OECD data, these additional costs tend to be the highest in places like Switzerland and the United States. The Top 10 Military Spenders Israel has the highest rate of military spending per capita, and has the distinction of being the only country on this list to invest more in defense than in healthcare.

Sun,02-Aug-2020

The Game Of Life: Visualizing China’s Social Credit System

This system once in placed will ostracize a practicing Muslim.

Thu,30-Jul-2020

'unprecedented' & Shameful , Bogus Hajj Begins With 1,000 Pilgrims, Rather Than The Usual 2 Million

'Unprecedented' Hajj begins -- with 1,000 pilgrims, rather than the usual 2 million

Thu,06-Aug-2020 | By Admin

11 Cognitive Biases That Influence Political Outcomes

11 Cognitive Biases That Influence Political Outcomes

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Mon,03-Aug-2020 | By Admin

11 Cognitive Biases That Influence Political Outcomes

11 Cognitive Biases That Influence Political Outcomes

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Sat,01-Aug-2020 | By Admin

Next Economic Revolution

4th Economic revolution as part of the new world order

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Sat,01-Aug-2020 | By Admin

Covid 19: The Great Reset Book (new World Order Explained)

(New World Order Explained)

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