Only 41% of people who received free preventive medicine after their heart attacks received it 1.5 years later

You may think that a heart attack would have been the motive when a behavior change took place and that taking medication is a very simple behavior.

And yet.

The event after myocardial infarction and financial evaluation (MI FREEE) study was conducted to study whether the cost played a role in why so many patients, even after a heart attack, do not receive the medication. who have been prescribed their hopes of preventing another from freely supplying these drugs.

The results were wise, even though the group receiving free preventative medicine received more than the group that did not, at the end of 1.5 years, only 41% of those taking all their medication free, they were prescribed after a real heart attack, they got it out.

Put these results under human beings, even when you know them, and in this case knowledge combined with a real look at mortality, they strive to maintain even the simplest behavioral changes and believe that within the classroom and personal responsibility as the only means of targeting nutrition and weight-related diseases. If we want to see changes in population, we need to change the environment of food.