The most solid aspects of wellness that fit firmly in the realm of medicine are the environmental health, nutrition, disease prevention, and public health matters that can be investigated and assist in measuring well-being. In the traditional post-election address to the National Press Club, Mr Nutt attempted to take the moral high ground over lies in politics and take a stick to Labor over its claim the Coalition would privatise Australia's universal healthcare provider.
Let's face facts, the 40% rate of c-sections in Korea is an absolute disgrace to the reputation of the health system, whether the reasons are profit-driven or astrology-related, there's simply no excuse for endangering millions of women's lives unnecessarily in the name of either.
I mean, the sooner the better... I mean, it might sound paranoid, but with Fukushima in the neigbourhood, there might happen serious health problems without me even noticing and, well, women taking contraception pills should check on their health more often than those who don't.
In another illustration of the complexity of healthcare funding arrangements, state governments are encouraging public hospitals to identify patients with insurance and convince them to bill their health fund, even though Australians have a right to be treated publicly for free.
Therefore, many Koreans also join a private health insurance that covers what the national health insurance does not cover, such as deductibles (which can get high, since it's a percentage of the NHIC-set cost rather than an absolute amount,) lost wages, etc.