Have you ever wondered why Americans are relatively unhealthy, ranking among the lowest in the world on the global scale of good health, even though we outspend the rest of the world on health care, spending billions of dollars each year?

Apparently spending more does not necessarily equate to healthy living and good quality of life.

The Japanese approach to health and well-being might hold some answers for us.

Read the full article on Laurie’s column at LifeCycles in the Communities at The Washington Times »

 

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