I was thinking more about the doctor shortage. It's getting worse.
There are plenty of doctors out there who provide their clients with poor advice, which they accept. Their condition gets worse, they keep coming back.
The practice of junk medicine is a prime example, 'Here take this pill to mask the symptom and come back and see me when you want a repeat.'
This how the junk medical industry treats most of the metabolic and musculo-skeletal dysfunctions. Instead of telling their customers to put themselves in the hands of a fitness expert they send them over to the chemist.
It's expensive nonsense, but it's good for business. That's another reason why there's a doctor shortage. They create work for themselves, a lot of it busy work. But it pays well - something like $300 an hour, $2,400 a day, $12,000 a week. That's not bad dough for sitting on your bum in a cell writing out prescriptions.
On the track
Had a 30 minute workout on the stepper, all at level 8 (610 steps) and heart rate over 140 bpm.
In the meantime stay tuned, highly tuned and steer clear of junk medicine - the medicine that masks symptoms rather than restoring poor function to good.