Putting a Health Care Perspective on Global Competition

June 30, 2014 10:42 PM

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A lot of people wonder why a nation that is largely ambivalent toward the sport of soccer much of the time is witnessing sky-high television ratings and packed sports bars for the United States' World Cup games. I think it is, in part, because the U.S. hasn't built the same reputation in soccer that is enjoyed by many of our global counterparts. It's rare for our country to feel the excitement of being the 'little guy' in a sport, striving to knock off soccer's global goliaths.

When it comes to other head-to-head international comparisons, we are unfortunately far from being the little guys... and girls.

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