The prospect of universal healthcare in America brings out a great deal of arguments from both sides of the political spectrum. I thought I'd take a closer look at some of these arguments. While it might be a good idea...
The United States is clearly taking action against global health issue such as obesity, tobacco use, and HIV/AIDS. There is still much to that needs done - interventions are outlined in this article.
Healthcare, as a universal entity, can save us from a lot of trouble.
Why are doctors and nurses so arrogant? Why do they express such a dim view of patients? Beware the future of "medicine".
The final parts of Obamacare are being put in place, the State Insurance Exchanges. Evidence is showing that contrary to the Right-wing propaganda machine, premiums are not soaring, or even going up.
Going into hospital for a short or long stay can be unsettling for anyone. For the elderly, it can be a confusing and worrying time and we need to be taking care of them adequately. What happens when their needs are not...
What a country. A man is sent to the hospital due to a fall and a bump. 24 hours later he has added a bump on the head and a fractured hip while in the care of the hospital. What happened?
An article that reviews the retiremnt income and health care rights of our Seniors today and what the political parties are doing to strip them of their rights. It includes a honest evaluation of what Seniors paid for...
Lady's and gentlemen, can tight clothing cause medical issues? Are they dangerous to the body?
A review of the arguments against healthcare reform.