Spending on health care has been growing faster than the economy as a whole for at least the past several decades. what has caused this trend? health care as a proportion of gdp has been increasing a. high-cost drugs have been introduced b. uninsured patients recenve treatment in emergency rooms. c. the population is getting younger. d. health care has too much duplication. e. patents drive up costs suing doctors and hospitals for malpractice.
since smoking is very popular. (1 billion people smoke) it would be very important if they start with researching about smoking, so they can hopefully reduce the amount of smokers in the world.
answer; //// i do believe that the correct answer is (c)///management,unions, lobbyists and