From the New York Times three physicians contribute to an essay on how far astray we've gone with diagnosing "diseases", some of which (hair loss, libido loss, insomnia, twitchy legs, etc.) used to be considered 'just part of life.' It's right on target and beautifully written. The article leads with "For most Americans, the biggest health threat is not avian flu, West Nile or mad cow disease. It's our health-care system," and goes on from there.