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Should the American public be more concerned about women's health in general and less about Hillary Clinton's?

  • The obsession over Hillary's health is getting ridiculous!

    The constant chatter over whether or not Hillary Clinton is well is getting old. I am tired of hearing about it. If she is unwell, we will find out eventually. If not, then she will be fine. I agree that people should find something else to concern themselves over, and women's health is a great topic that needs attention.

  • Yes, they should.

    Many women in the United States
    recieve inadequate health care in the United States despite our large network of well qualified doctors , nurses , therapists, and other helthcarw professionals. More attention needs to be paid than this issue. Hillary Clinton is an example of one hardworking woman who did es not have the time she needs for rest and care.

  • Yes, the American public should be more concerned about women's health in general and less about Hillary Clinton's.

    Yes, the American public should be more concerned about women's health in general and less about Hillary Clinton's because women's health is a major topic that often gets ignored by politicians. There is too much at stake in this election and women's health, including abortion rights, should be the biggest topic of all.

  • Absolutely 100% yes

    Women's health should be a priority. Women pay more for insurance, and screenings, such as mammography are often restricted. Medical costs are astronomical even if you have insurance. We're fighting for access to decent medical are and birth control. If Viagra was subject to the same types of restrictions as birth control, men would lose their stuff. So yes, women's general health is a more important topic than Hillary Clinton's bout of pneumonia.

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