HealthCare should be a right and be available to everyone in the United States because it will promote equal opportunity for all people, regardless of work status or financial situation. The right to health care should be considered a civil right, people should not be discriminated against for being sick. All Americans should have a right to health care because the Declaration of Independence states that all men have the unalienable right to "Life," which calls for the health care needed to preserve life.
Americans who are ill should not have to make the choice between financial ruin or paying for the medical treatments they need to stay alive. Health Care is the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease, illness, injury, and other physical and mental impairments in humans. Health care is delivered by practitioners in medicine, optometry, dentistry, nursing, pharmacy, allied health, and other care providers. It refers to the work done in providing primary care, secondary care, and tertiary care, as well as in public health. Lacking health care can lead people to suffer from anxiety, depression, sickness, and stress, and other symptoms that affect not only individuals, but families and communities of that individual as well.
Health care is a right for all Americans because the Preamble of the US Constitution states its purpose is to "promote the general welfare" of the people. Just as all Americans have the right to an education, they should have the right to health care because they both "promote the general welfare." Considering that the United States is economically one of the biggest countries in the world it should have healthcare for all of its citizens. Other big countries such as France, germany and most of Europe, all have health care systems in place for their citizens so isn't it about time that the US turn to a universal system where everyone can receive benefits. It is about the time for change in a healthcare plan for the United States because the number of citizens who are uninsured is rising and becoming a big factor in civil issues.
According to polls on Debate.org, 69 percent of citizens say universal health care should be implemented in the United States. They stated how health care at its current state is unaffordable and the average US citizen can not afford to go to the doctor or seek treatment. The price of healthcare is on the rise and it is becoming increasingly more difficult for citizens to afford regular checkups and appointments. Healthcare will