Here is a short article written in a subjective tone to drive home the point of why it is just so important to take good care of your health. Your national compounding pharmacy, while it is already doing so much to better the lives of most Americans, yet again, can only do so much. It is the same for any state or federal agency. Fortunately, they have the resources to combat all social ills, and boy, are they doing a fine job of it.
It has to be wondered, however, just how much better these agencies will operate on behalf of all, and not just the few, if they received the sought after increased support and co-operation they so richly deserve. Or do they? It is over to you to decide whether this is true or not. You are the most affected by their actions, or inactions. And you have a say in getting them to change course. But that’s only if, a big if, the system is failing you.
That’s the thing about society these days. Far too many people are still thinking just of themselves. They hardly spare a thought of what the consequences of their own inactions and lack of better judgment will be for those surrounding them. Think of your family, for instance. If you are not taking care of your own health, how does this impact on them? You may be thinking that you are okay, but how much better for your family, and for you, when you are in peak physical and mental condition.
The same goes for you if you are a public servant. Your lack of good health has a direct and negative bearing on those people you have been appointed to serve.