954 Good Health Quotes

A Healthy body and balanced mind is the key to happy life. This huge collection of Good Health Quotes is to encourage you, to look after yourself, to encourage you to keep good health.

Arlen Specter Theres nothing more important than our good health

1.    For sleep, riches and health to be truly enjoyed, they must be interrupted.    —   Jean Paul
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2.    I am not against all forms of high-tech medicine. Drugs and surgeries have a secure place in the treatment of serious health conditions. But modern American medicine treats almost every health condition as if it were an emergency.    —   Andrew Weil
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3.    Some of the best health care services are free or cost very little and are even available to millionaires but hardly anyone knows they exist.    —   Matthew Lesko
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4.    Prior to passage of Obamacare, Americans spoke out against the individual mandate they didn’t want to change the health care they had they didn’t want a 3,000-page bill that empowered 15 Washington bureaucrats to decide the future of the doctor-patient relationship.    —   Fred Upton
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5.    Because what happens is, as the economy suffers, tax revenues go down. But unlike businesses, where at least your variable costs go down, in government your variable costs go up: unemployment insurance, workmen’s compensation, health care benefits, welfare, you name it.    —   Meg Whitman
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6.    In the field of health care, we are giving people access to insurance who have not had it before.    —   Christine Gregoire
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7.    You cannot drive a system that’s going to be aiming at preventing illness if everyone is not in it. The whole gaming of health insurance and health care in America is based on that fundamental principle: insure people who aren’t sick and you don’t have to pay more money on them.    —   Mehmet Oz
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8.    It is true that too much belief can be bad for your health.    —   Terry Eagleton
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9.    The trouble with always trying to preserve the health of the body is that it is so difficult to do without destroying the health of the mind.    —   Gilbert K. Chesterton
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10.    The answer was that in Burundi, having a clean bill of health has taken on a very particular meaning: unless and until you have paid for your hospital treatment, you simply can’t leave, you are in effect a captive.    —   Rowan D. Williams
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11.    In turn, more physicians, hospitals, and other health care providers are severely limiting their practices, moving to other states, or simply not providing care.    —   Jim Ryun
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12.    Teaching kids about health and fitness is important to me. It’s about being fit for life.    —   Jackie Joyner-Kersee
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13.    Taste is the fundamental quality which sums up all the other qualities. It is the nec plus ultra of the intelligence. Through this alone is genius the supreme health and balance of all the faculties.    —   Isidore Ducasse Lautreamont
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14.    Health is the greatest possession. Contentment is the greatest treasure. Confidence is the greatest friend. Non-being is the greatest joy.    —   Lao Tzu
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15.    If you look at things that really affect people’s lives – sport, the arts, charities – they were always at the back of the queue for government money – health, social security, defence, pensions were all way ahead. And each of those areas – sports, the arts, the lottery – got relatively petty cash from the government.    —   John Major
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16.    In today’s world, it is shortsighted to think that infectious diseases cannot cross borders. By allowing developing countries access to generic drugs, we not only help improve health in those nations, we also help ourselves control these debilitating and often deadly diseases.    —   Ron Wyden
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17.    I’m nutty for nutrition. I’ve become one of those people who can’t stop talking about the connection between food and health. Now that I know how much changing what you eat can transform your life, I can’t stop proselytizing.    —   Robin Quivers
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18.    For families across the UK who are income-poor, but more than that, whose lives are blighted by worklessness, educational failure, family breakdown, problem debt and poor health, as well as other problems, giving them an extra pound – say through increased benefits – will not address the reason they find themselves in difficulty in the first place.    —   Iain Duncan Smith
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19.    There is just no reason why the richest nation in the world can’t provide health care to all its people.    —   Christine Gregoire
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20.    Even if you walk exactly the same route each time – as with a sonnet – the events along the route cannot be imagined to be the same from day to day, as the poet’s health, sight, his anticipations, moods, fears, thoughts cannot be the same.    —   A. R. Ammons
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21.    Did you ever see the customers in health – food stores? They are pale, skinny people who look half – dead. In a steak house, you see robust, ruddy people. They’re dying, of course, but they look terrific.    —   Bill Cosby
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22.    America’s doctors, nurses and medical researchers are the best in the world, but our health care system is broken.    —   Mike Ferguson
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23.    I can understand why some people might look at me and say, ‘What’s she got to be depressed about?’ I get that a lot in Britain, where mental health issues seem to be a big taboo.    —   Natalie Imbruglia
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24.    High-quality food is better for your health.    —   Michael Pollan
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25.    If the states and territories do not sign up to fundamental reform, then my message is equally simple: we will take this reform plan to the people at the next election – along with a referendum by or at that same election to give the Australian Government all the power it needs to reform the health system.    —   Kevin Rudd
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26.    I try to stay positive by focusing on how much I’ll appreciate my health if I get better.    —   Daniel Johns
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27.    Health is not a condition of matter, but of Mind.    —   Mary Baker Eddy
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28.    The time to read is any time: no apparatus, no appointment of time and place, is necessary. It is the only art which can be practiced at any hour of the day or night, whenever the time and inclination comes, that is your time for reading in joy or sorrow, health or illness.    —   Holbrook Jackson
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Arthur Schopenhauer The greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for

29.    The first wealth is health.    —   Ralph Waldo Emerson
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30.    The wish for healing has always been half of health.    —   Lucius Annaeus Seneca
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31.    Make hunger thy sauce, as a medicine for health.    —   Thomas Tusser
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32.    To be stupid, selfish, and have good health are three requirements for happiness, though if stupidity is lacking, all is lost.    —   Gustave Flaubert
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33.    America’s health care system is in crisis precisely because we systematically neglect wellness and prevention.    —   Tom Harkin
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34.    The place I feel most at home is when I have health insurance. I really don’t care how I get it, whether it’s on film, or television or waiting tables, you know?    —   Benjamin Walker
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35.    We’ve had Town Hall meetings, we’ve witnessed election after election, in which the American people have taken a position on the President’s health care bill. And the bottom line is the people don’t like this bill. They don’t want it.    —   Eric Cantor
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36.    My daily schedule is quite hectic, but I have to put my health first in order to be the best mom and wife I can be.    —   Ellen Pompeo
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37.    The true index of a man’s character is the health of his wife.    —   Cyril Connolly
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38.    Medicine to produce health must examine disease and music, to create harmony must investigate discord.    —   Plutarch
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39.    Modern medicine is a negation of health. It isn’t organized to serve human health, but only itself, as an institution. It makes more people sick than it heals.    —   Ivan Illich
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40.    Furthermore, we believe that health care reform, again I said at the beginning of my remarks, that we sent the three pillars that the President’s economic stabilization and job creation initiatives were education and innovation – innovation begins in the classroom – clean energy and climate, addressing the climate issues in an innovative way to keep us number one and competitive in the world with the new technology, and the third, first among equals I may say, is health care, health insurance reform.    —   Nancy Pelosi
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41.    I’ve made a promise to myself to be a 100% healthy person if nothing else.    —   Picabo Street
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42.    Originally created to serve the poorest and sickest among us, the Medicaid program has grown dramatically but still doesn’t include the kind of flexibility that states need to provide better health care for the poor and disadvantaged.    —   Fred Upton
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43.    My body is like breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I don’t think about it, I just have it.    —   Arnold Schwarzenegger
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44.    The Patients’ Bill of Rights is necessary to guarantee that health care will be available for those who are paying for insurance. It’s a part of the overall health care picture.    —   Debbie Stabenow
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45.    I brought together experts from health care, business, academic institutions, and the community to develop a comprehensive blueprint for eliminating racial and ethnic disparities in health care in the City of Boston.    —   Thomas Menino
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46.    One of the most obvious ways dogs can improve our physical and mental health is via daily walks.    —   Andrew Weil
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47.    I believe that whether you love your job or hate your job, get laid off or are just in-between jobs, you deserve health care that can never be taken away.    —   Ron Wyden
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48.    Please be assured that as we move along through the implementation of health insurance reform, making sure that we find efficiencies within the existing system, is foremost on the President’s mind.    —   Valerie Jarrett
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49.    I feel pretty good. My body actually looks like an old banana, but it’s fine.    —   Mike Piazza
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50.    We drink one another’s health and spoil our own.    —   Jerome K. Jerome
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51.    I’m up here in Cleveland tonight and there are a lot of folks who are concerned about it. Twenty-five percent of the people up here get their health care through religious organizations and so that religious freedom issue is very important to them.    —   Rob Portman
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52.    The health care system is really designed to reward you for being unhealthy. If you are a healthy person and work hard to be healthy, there are no benefits.    —   Mike Huckabee
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53.    In Illinois, community, migrant, homeless and public housing health centers operate 268 primary care sites and serve close to 1 million patients every year.    —   Jan Schakowsky
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54.    The Supreme Court has never ruled that Congress can use the Commerce Clause to require individuals to engage in an activity they have chosen to avoid. Yet that is precisely what Obamacare does: It forces Americans without health insurance to purchase coverage. Such a requirement is unprecedented and unconstitutional.    —   John Cornyn
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55.    I believe that stress is a factor in any bad health.    —   Christopher Shays
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56.    I fully support a national health care program for the U.S.    —   Andrew Weil
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57.    In sharp contrast to the idea that this stage of life is enviable, we hear high levels of anxiety about getting old, anxieties about health, mobility, access to facilities, simple routine care and attention.    —   Rowan D. Williams
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Audrey Hepburn I heard a definition once: Happiness is health and

58.    I admit it: I had fun watching right-wingers go wild as health reform finally became law.    —   Paul Krugman
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59.    The bottom line is that the human body is complex and subtle, and oversimplifying – as common sense sometimes impels us to do – can be hazardous to your health.    —   Andrew Weil
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60.    Regularity in the hours of rising and retiring, perseverance in exercise, adaptation of dress to the variations of climate, simple and nutritious aliment, and temperance in all things are necessary branches of the regimen of health.    —   Lord Chesterfield
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61.    That the AIDS pandemic is threatening sustainable development in Africa only reinforces the reality that health is at the center of sustainable development.    —   Gro Harlem Brundtland
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62.    Writing is hard work and bad for the health.    —   E. B. White
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63.    I have to say that in this particular cow that we’re dealing with, those parts of the cow were removed, and so we don’t think there’s any risk or very negligible risk to human health with this particular incident.    —   Ann Veneman
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64.    I never want to try to be a spokesperson for health and wellness because I most definitely am not the most in shape person in the world.    —   Ruben Studdard
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65.    In the past week it has become clear that the vote on the final healthcare bill will be very close. I take this vote with the utmost seriousness. I am quite aware of the historic fight that has lasted the better part of the last century to bring America in line with other modern democracies in providing single payer health care.    —   Dennis Kucinich
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66.    We can make a commitment to promote vegetables and fruits and whole grains on every part of every menu. We can make portion sizes smaller and emphasize quality over quantity. And we can help create a culture – imagine this – where our kids ask for healthy options instead of resisting them.    —   Michelle Obama
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67.    We can never, ever say it enough: every woman – especially every young woman-has to take charge of her health… and do what’s right for her!    —   Debbie Wasserman Schultz
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68.    Irregular contact with doctors means many men fail to receive any preventive care for potentially life-threatening conditions. In addition, when men do seek care, embarrassment can often prevent them from openly discussing health concerns with their physicians.    —   Michael Crapo
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69.    But I don’t want to be out there anymore I don’t want people asking me about my health issues, about my kids. I choose not to be a public paparazzi girl on purpose.    —   Toni Braxton
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70.    As state leaders, I think its important for us to provide our perspectives on issues we face every day – like access to school spending, access to health care and governing in a global economy.    —   Bill Richardson
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71.    I believe the most important aspect of Medicare is not the structure of the program but the guarantee to all Americans that they will have high quality health care as they get older.    —   Ron Wyden
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72.    We immigrants can sometimes sound a little hysterical about this because we come from places that have tried this and we know where it leads. Anybody who’s lived in countries with socialized health care knows that it becomes the dominant political issue.    —   Mark Steyn
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73.    I would prefer a public option that would be a competitive option that would allow people to buy into a Federal Employee Health Benefits Program, which is a series of private plans.    —   Amy Klobuchar
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74.    Each and every day health centers provide high-quality primary and preventive care to our constituents.    —   Jan Schakowsky
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75.    From this experience we have learned that in a big party it is important to have the necessary and often controversial discussions on policy issues such as the health system while in opposition.    —   Angela Merkel
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76.    We have really good data that show when you take patients and you really inform them about their choices, patients make more frugal choices. They pick more efficient choices than the health care system does.    —   Donald Berwick
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77.    Having good health, being able to breathe and be happy, that’s one of the most beautiful gifts. On top of that, I have the gift to play music and make people happy through that. I’m just telling you from my heart, I’m so in love with life.    —   Roy Ayers
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78.    There is a wisdom in this beyond the rules of physic: a man’s own observation what he finds good of and what he finds hurt of is the best physic to preserve health.    —   Francis Bacon
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79.    The American economy has always been driven by the entrepreneurial nature of its citizens, and blocking access to affordable health care will only suffocate growth within the small business sector of our economy.    —   Paul Gillmor
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80.    I retire with a smile on my face, in good health, and ready to spend autumns at my kids’ games instead of my own. I’m excited to start the next chapter of my life.    —   Drew Bledsoe
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81.    If the goal of health-care reform is to provide comprehensive, universal health care in a cost-effective way, the only honest approach is a single-payer approach.    —   Bernie Sanders
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82.    Cynicism is humor in ill health.    —   H. G. Wells
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83.    There is a consensus of willing leaders from both parties coalescing around the right way forward in health care. Reform should address government-imposed inequities and barriers to true choice and competition.    —   Paul Ryan
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84.    Walking is magic. Can’t recommend it highly enough. I read that Plato and Aristotle did much of their brilliant thinking together while ambulating. The movement, the meditation, the health of the blood pumping, and the rhythm of footsteps…this is a primal way to connect with one’s deeper self.    —   Paula Cole
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85.    Strong advocacy for education, health care and worker safety will be indispensable if they are to get their fair share of President Bush’s austere budget for the next fiscal year.    —   Arlen Specter
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86.    The issues that matter to me are the social safety nets for people, health care, middle-class concerns. We need to take care of the middle class and the poor in our country.    —   Tim McGraw
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Buddha To keep the body in good health is a duty otherwise

87.    Is Medicare socialism? You want to get rid of Medicare. And a lot of the people against health care do. I want to preserve it and grow it.    —   Anthony Weiner
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88.    Economists are coming to acknowledge that measures of national wealth and poverty in terms strictly of average income tell you little that is significant of the health or viability of a society.    —   Rowan D. Williams
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89.    I want to thank the efforts of the American Public Health Association and its 200-plus partners who have organized events around the Nation that serve to raise everyone’s awareness of the need to improve public health.    —   Lois Capps
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90.    If Charlton Heston can have a constitutional right carry a rifle, why can’t grandma have a constitutional right to health care?    —   Al Sharpton
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91.    Paul Farmer has helped to build amazing health care system in one of the poorest areas of Haiti. He founded Partners in Health, which serves the destitute and the sick in many parts of the world from Haiti to Boston and from Russia to Peru.    —   Tracy Kidder
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92.    I believe that investing in our children’s development from the earliest age is the single most important contribution we can make to the health and wellbeing of our citizens, their capacity and the future prosperity of our state.    —   Jay Weatherill
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93.    My cooking philosophy, what I try to do, is to make a cuisine where the produce and the product shines, compared to some current trends that are maybe more adding additional things, like molecular cuisine, with a lot of additives and chemicals, which are now showing that they could be bad for your health.    —   Joel Robuchon
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94.    Congress is attempting to eviscerate women’s health care. Like many women across America, I am outraged.    —   Felicity Huffman
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95.    I’m convinced that we can shape a different future for this country as it relates to mental health and as it relates to suicide.    —   David Satcher
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96.    Our health care system is the finest in the world, but we still have too many uninsured Americans, too high prices for prescription drugs, and too many frivolous lawsuits driving our physicians out of state or out of business.    —   Judy Biggert
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97.    I hope for your help to explore and protect the wild ocean in ways that will restore the health and, in so doing, secure hope for humankind. Health to the ocean means health for us.    —   Sylvia Earle
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98.    In other words we have marketed our way into this health crisis.    —   Frank Shorter
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99.    It takes more than just a good looking body. You’ve got to have the heart and soul to go with it.    —   Epictetus
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100.    Health care is one-sixth of our economy. If the government can control that, they can control just about everything. We need to understand what is going on, because there are much more economic models that can be used to give us good health care than what we have now.    —   Benjamin Carson
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101.    I’ve never had any health problems and I’m Ruben, man, all the way through.    —   Ruben Studdard
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102.    True health care reform cannot happen in Washington. It has to happen in our kitchens, in our homes, in our communities. All health care is personal.    —   Mehmet Oz
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103.    We want to make sure that we incentivize the health care system to be designed to provide you the best quality health care possible.    —   Valerie Jarrett
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104.    In addition, I’ll be attending women’s health expos and medical conferences with the goal to promote dialogue between women and their health-care providers.    —   Karen Duffy
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105.    Rogue internet pharmacies continue to pose a serious threat to the health and safety of Americans. Simply put, a few unethical physicians and pharmacists have become drug suppliers to a nation.    —   Dianne Feinstein
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106.    My Dad is my hero. He’s 85 now and he is in great health. He is handsome and strong. He has an incredible moral and ethical backbone. I couldn’t have been luckier with my parents.    —   Harry Connick, Jr.
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107.    But you say, does it represent change? The change is that we are fighting an insurance industry that has killed health reform for generations. They’re spending tens of millions of dollars right now to defeat this bill, and we’re on the doorstep of winning a great victory for the American people.    —   David Axelrod
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108.    My personal goals are to be happy, healthy and to be surrounded by loved ones.    —   Kiana Tom
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109.    In some ways I’m still recovering from the trial. My health is not as good as it ought to be. I’ve gone back to practicing law and it seems to have taken a toll for whatever reason.    —   Christopher Darden
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110.    As a single-payer advocate, I believe that at the end of the day, if a state goes forward and passed an effective single-payer program, it will demonstrate that you can provide quality health care to every man, woman and child in a more cost-effective way.    —   Bernie Sanders
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111.    Oh my gosh, I feel like I’m really obsessive about anything dealing with my health.    —   Ginnifer Goodwin
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112.    Americans want and deserve a broad array of health insurance choices so they can identify those that best fit their own individual or family needs. These choices expand when we allow free enterprise to foster innovation, not smother it with taxes and one-size fits all ideology.    —   Fred Upton
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113.    As I travel around Idaho and visit with seniors, I hear almost universal concern about the rising cost of health care, particularly the cost of prescription drugs.    —   Michael K. Simpson
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114.    As patients and consumers, we are better informed today about our health care than any previous generation.    —   Patricia Hewitt
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115.    The Australian Government’s decision to take on the dominant funding role for the entire public hospital system is designed to: end the blame game eliminate waste and to shoulder the funding burden of the rapidly rising health costs of the future.    —   Kevin Rudd
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Buddha Without health life is not life it is only a state

116.    Your body hears everything your mind says.    —   Naomi Judd
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117.    The World Health Organization has recognized acupuncture as effective in treating mild to moderate depression.    —   Andrew Weil
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118.    The fact is that we would have had comprehensive health care now, had it not been for Ted Kennedy’s deliberately blocking the legislation that I proposed in 1978 or ’79.    —   Jimmy Carter
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119.    Spiritually good people, pure in heart, who long for the Blessed Sacrament but cannot receive at the time, can receive spiritually… even a hundred times a day, in sickness and in health, with immeasurable grace and profit.    —   Johannes Tauler
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120.    The type of leukemia that I am dealing with is treatable. So if I do what my doctors tell me to do – get my blood checked regularly, take my meds and consult with my doctor and follow any additional instructions he might make – I will be able to maintain my good health and live my life with a minimum of disruptions to my lifestyle.    —   Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
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121.    People are at their happiest if they are true to themselves. I think that applies to their chosen profession, friends and relationships. It goes for your health too. If you are true to yourself, it seems to me everything should work out pretty well.    —   Bebe Neuwirth
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122.    Remember our proud history of social justice, universal health care, public pensions and making sure no one is left behind. Let’s continue to move forward.    —   Jack Layton
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123.    I’m not into animal rights. I’m only into animal welfare and health. I’ve been with the Morris Animal Foundation since the ’70s. We’re a health organization. We fund campaign health studies for dogs, cats, lizards and wildlife. I’ve worked with the L.A. Zoo for about the same length of time. I get my animal fixes!    —   Betty White
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124.    The record business is dangerous to the health of bands and individuals, which is something I’m just now learning. But it’s not dangerous in any of the ways people think it’s not that they try to make you compromise your art. That’s not the problem.    —   T-Bone Burnett
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125.    Hollywood is a cross between a health farm, a recreation center and an insane asylum. It’s a company town, and I happen to like the company!    —   Michael Caine
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126.    I have no regrets. I’ve got my health.    —   Naomi Campbell
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127.    Decades ago, women suffered through horrifying back-alley abortions. Or, they used dangerous methods when they had no other recourse. So when the Republican Party launched an all-out assault on women’s health, pushing bills to limit access to vital services, we had to ask: Why is the GOP trying to send women back… to the back alley?    —   Lisa Edelstein
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128.    I also rise today in strong support of forward movement on the implementation of health information technology, which has the potential to save the United States billions of dollars in health care costs each year.    —   Russ Carnahan
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129.    I can support co-ops if they want to do it as we’ve known co-ops in America for 150 years – where they serve the purposes of the consuming public, whether it’s health care or whether it’s co-ops as we know them in the Midwest, providing electricity or to sell supplies to farmer.    —   Chuck Grassley
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130.    For the amount of money that the country is going to spend this year on health care, you can go out and hire a doctor for every seven families in the US and pay the doctor almost $230,000 a year to cover them.    —   Ron Wyden
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131.    In this most powerful nation in the world, lack of access to health care should not force local and state governments, companies and workers into bankruptcy, while causing unnecessary illness and hospitalization.    —   John Conyers
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132.    In choosing global corporate partners UNICEF emphasises compatibility with our core values and looks to build alliances that advance our mission of ensuring the health, education, equality and protection for all the world’s children.    —   Carol Bellamy
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133.    The aging of the U.S. population is a theme that we believe strongly in and the health care sector is really right in the bulls eye of this particular theme.    —   John Zimmerman
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134.    A healthy attitude is contagious but don’t wait to catch it from others. Be a carrier.    —   Tom Stoppard
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135.    What you see is when the government gets involved, you run out of money and health care gets rationed.    —   Rick Scott
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136.    Skyrocketing insurance premiums are debilitating our Nation’s health care delivery system and liability insurers are either leaving the market or raising rates to excessive levels.    —   Jim Ryun
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137.    My top three priorities for my first term in Congress are growing our economy providing for quality, affordable health care and keeping our nation and communities safe.    —   Cathy McMorris
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138.    Well, my view is that the insurance companies have done awfully well and spent a lot of money on a lot of things that don’t have anything to do with health care.    —   Russ Feingold
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139.    As a doctor, when I was minister of health and would go somewhere, little girls would come up to me and say, ‘I want to be like you one day, I want to be a doctor.’ Now, they tell me, ‘I want to be president just like you.’ All of us can dream as big as we want.    —   Michelle Bachelet
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140.    I agree with just about everyone in the reform debate when they say ‘If you like what you have, you should be able to keep it.’ But the truth is that none of the health reform bills making their way through Congress actually delivers on that promise.    —   Ron Wyden
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141.    Treasure the love you receive above all. It will survive long after your good health has vanished.    —   Og Mandino
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142.    Good health and good sense are two of life’s greatest blessings.    —   Publilius Syrus
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143.    But the fact of the matter is that all scientific evidence would show, based upon what we know about this disease, that muscle cuts – that is, the meat of the animal itself – should not cause any risk to human health.    —   Ann Veneman
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144.    I know that it isn’t just violence against women, it’s how do we support ourselves and our families, how do we deal with health care for ourselves and our families? It’s a bigger picture.    —   Patricia Ireland
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Henry St John Liberty is to the collective body what health is to

145.    Security is still the most important issue facing Washington state residents and millions of Americans – the security of having a job, of access to affordable health care, of a quality education, and of protecting our homeland and defending our nation.    —   Patty Murray
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146.    Human beings have survived for millennia because most of us make good decisions about our health most of the time.    —   Andrew Weil
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147.    I would like to be as fit as I’ve always been. I’ve been blessed with good health, I’ve been blessed with stamina. Particularly for those great classical roles, you need an Olympian stamina. I, fortunately, have that.    —   Derek Jacobi
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148.    America’s health care system provides some of the finest doctors and more access to vital medications than any country in the world. And yet, our system has been faltering for many years with the increased cost of health care.    —   Paul Gillmor
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149.    One of the major goals of health insurance reform is to bring down the cost.    —   Valerie Jarrett
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150.    The ingredients of health and long life, are great temperance, open air, easy labor, and little care.    —   Philip Sidney
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151.    Domestic discretionary spending on education and health care and the environment has been growing at 2 to 3 percent a year. He says we have to rein it in, but he ignores the spending category that is the big spike in the budget.    —   John Spratt
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152.    It is time to maximize and prioritize our health care dollars.    —   Jane D. Hull
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153.    If a State has reliable scientific information that demonstrates that a warning is needed for a particular food, then in the interest of public health, it should share that information with the FDA and petition for a new national standard.    —   Nathan Deal
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154.    We do not have a functioning market in the true sense of the word in health care. That’s a layer of transparency that’s sorely needed in America.    —   Paul Ryan
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155.    I have worked to expand the health care debate beyond the current for-profit system, to include a public option and an amendment to free the states to pursue single payer.    —   Dennis Kucinich
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156.    I’m a parent, and I try to take care of my health and keep my life in order. In the last few years I’ve really had to decide what’s important to me, and it seems to me that my family and my health are top on the list. And those have nothing to do with show business.    —   Diana Ross
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157.    Overnight stardom can be harmful to your mental health. Yeah. It has ruined a lot of people.    —   Clint Eastwood
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158.    I am enormously honored to be one of the spokesmen of the New Age Womens Health Campaign, so you’ll be seeing me in public service announcements and public appearances supporting the campaign.    —   Karen Duffy
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159.    What I am saying is, all health care has a problem with costs. Medicare is growing slower than the private insurance plans. Why? Because of their efficiency. They don’t have to give money to shareholders. Why should be defending shareholders?    —   Anthony Weiner
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160.    Most illegals are without health insurance, and when these workers need emergency healthcare, the American taxpayer gets stuck with the bill.    —   Spencer Bachus
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161.    We cannot continue. Our pension costs and health care costs for our employees are going to bankrupt this city.    —   Michael Bloomberg
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162.    I am actually in poor health due to chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome, and my ability to work is greatly diminished right now, so I have to get better before I can start another big project.    —   Laura Hillenbrand
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163.    I have always detested any departure from reality, an attitude which I relate to my mother’s poor mental health.    —   Jean Piaget
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164.    People were concerned about national security, and that precluded us from having the opportunity to break through on the issues that we cared most about – the economy, education and health care.    —   Tom Daschle
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165.    People who overly take care of their health are like misers. They hoard up a treasure which they never enjoy.    —   Laurence Sterne
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166.    We know that there are significant health benefits from consuming more fruits and vegetables, and that’s an opportunity for us to sort of move away from some of the meals that we’ve been preparing in the past.    —   Tom Vilsack
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167.    There’s a need for accepting responsibility – for a person’s life and making choices that are not just ones for immediate short-term comfort. You need to make an investment, and the investment is in health and education.    —   Buzz Aldrin
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168.    As an integral part of the Department of Agriculture, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service monitors our Nation’s agriculture to protect against agricultural pests and diseases.    —   Mike Rogers
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169.    There is nothing new about these Republican attacks on our family planning decisions. In fact, from the moment they came into power, Republicans in the House of Representatives have been waging a war on women’s health.    —   Patty Murray
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170.    In the beginning when I sat next to Tom Brokaw on the ‘Today’ show, the stories I was interested in were those having to do with women and children and learning and health. In those days, 25 to 30 years ago, that was called soft news, and not in a nice way.    —   Jane Pauley
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171.    Advances in science and medical research and public health policies have meant that life expectancy for Australians is one of the highest in the world.    —   Julie Bishop
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172.    Conservatives shouldn’t count on the Supreme Court to do our work for us on Obamacare. The Court may rule as it should, and strike down the mandate. But it may not. And even if it does, the future of health care in America – and for that matter, the future of limited government – depends ultimately on the verdict of the American people.    —   Bill Kristol
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173.    Who is there that ever receives a gift and tries to make bargains about it? Let us, then, return thanks for what He has bestowed on us. Who can tell whether, if we had had a larger share of ability or stronger health, we should not have possessed them to our destruction.    —   Alphonsus Liguori
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174.    I don’t work out and be healthy and want a strong body because I want to look good in a bikini. I do all of those things for me and for my health. I’m not going on the cover of ‘Maxim’ and ‘FHM’ because that’s not me.    —   Maggie Q
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175.    Each State has its own health insurance mandates, and some of them are good, but there are about 1,800 of them all across the Nation, including provisions for acupuncturists, massage therapists, and hair replacements.    —   Timothy Murphy
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176.    If any country was a mine-shaft canary for the reintroduction of cholera, it was Haiti – and we knew it. And in retrospect, more should have been done to prepare for cholera… which can spread like wildfire in Haiti… This was a big rebuke to all of us working in public health and health care in Haiti.    —   Paul Farmer
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177.    The fact is, if our primary legislative goals are to repeal and replace the health spending bill to end the bailouts cut spending and shrink the size and scope of government, the only way to do all these things it is to put someone in the White House who won’t veto any of these things.    —   Mitch McConnell
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178.    I have had lots of friends who’ve been affected by Aids and a very good friend of mine, Oscar Moore, died of Aids and I was with him in his last year quite a bit. And of course he was a man living in a very rich culture with a wealthy family who was able to afford health care.    —   Emma Thompson
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179.    For the last 3 years, we have celebrated National Nurses Week. Beginning on May 6, we will once again have the opportunity to truly commend the nursing community for their contributions to our national health delivery system.    —   Nathan Deal
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180.    I mean, the fight for a health care bill to cover all Americans and leave none behind is attacked as being a race appeal, which is not true, but then it’s put out in the media as true.    —   Jesse Jackson
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181.    I have long recognized a link between fitness and mental health and I think we need to encourage young people to take part in sports and team activities because we know it has such positive results.    —   Tipper Gore
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182.    When it comes to the health of our families, Barack refused to listen to all those folks who told him to leave health reform for another day, another president. He didn’t care whether it was the easy thing to do politically – that’s not how he was raised – he cared that it was the right thing to do.    —   Michelle Obama
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183.    If you’re working out in front of a mirror and watching your muscles grow, your ego has reached a point where it is now eating itself. That’s why I believe there should be a psychiatrist at every health club, so that when they see you doing this, they will take you away for a little chat.    —   Lewis Black
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184.    Yes, I do agree we need health care reform however, this bill badly misses the mark. Congress can and must do better for the American people.    —   John Mica
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185.    The chief condition on which, life, health and vigor depend on, is action. It is by action that an organism develops its faculties, increases its energy, and attains the fulfillment of its destiny.    —   Colin Powell
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186.    The private sector must play a role in ensuring the prosperity and health of the people who comprise its market. It is time for the private sector to become a proactive partner contributing to the efforts of governments and philanthropies.    —   Simon Mainwaring
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187.    I believe in health care reform.    —   Joe Manchin
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188.    This is a historic moment in global public health, demonstrating the international will to tackle a threat to health head on.    —   Gro Harlem Brundtland
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189.    Exercise keeps me occupied, which is good for my mental health.    —   Gail Porter
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190.    You know, there are people making a lot of money in this country who can actually afford their own health care. We are in a situation where we got a safety net in place in this country for people who frankly don’t need one. We got to focus on making sure we got a safety net for those who actually need it.    —   Eric Cantor
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191.    With the loss of Free Choice Vouchers, hundreds of thousands of workers will now be forced to choose between their employers’ unaffordable insurance or going without health care.    —   Ron Wyden
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192.    The only truly individualistic health-care choice – where you receive care that is unpolluted by anyone else’s funds – is to forgo insurance altogether, paying out-of-pocket for health services as you need them.    —   Thomas Frank
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193.    After I had gone through this matter with the President I told him of my condition of health and that my doctors felt that I must take a complete rest and that I thought that that meant leaving the Department finally in a short time.    —   Henry L. Stimson
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194.    I’m committed to universal health coverage and education.    —   Carol Moseley Braun
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195.    My background is in health care.    —   Bobby Jindal
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196.    My personal feeling, if I can interject a political note, is that I don’t think it is right that basic health care is a privilege. It shouldn’t be. It should be a right of all human beings. And certainly in the richest country in the world.    —   Bryan Cranston
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197.    I am passionate about talking to women about their breast health.    —   Elizabeth Hurley
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198.    The main thing is that it’s nice to see these young people – 9 to 14 years old – take the opportunity to get more involved in their health and fitness. We need more kids to be more active.    —   Rafer Johnson
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199.    The long, cold Minnesota winters instilled in me a fascination for exotic far off places I aspired toward a career in tropical diseases and world health problems.    —   Peter Agre
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200.    I don’t think it should be a surprise when we’re talking about energy and trying to have more home-grown energy, be less reliant on foreign oil when you look at our health care that we’re trying to get more affordable health care, that these are going to create major debates in this country and be somewhat polarizing.    —   Amy Klobuchar
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