Health Insurance Fun September 6th, 2019 @ 8:45 am PDT
Healthcare in America Is Broken
An Existential Crisis January 8th, 2019 @ 6:49 am PST
A terrifying podcast on research, science, and disaster
Babies More Sensitive to Prenatal Environment Than Once Believed February 24th, 2015 @ 6:55 am PST
On health insurance … February 12th, 2015 @ 11:50 am PST
The only people who don’t think the entire health insurance system in these United States is irreparably, tragically, insultingly broken are the incredibly healthy and the absurdly wealthy. Everyone else is screwed, and we know it. And yet nothing changes because the incredibly wealthy make the rules.
Four legs good, two legs better. February 5th, 2015 @ 7:18 am PST
What bothers me the most about the recent cyber-hack of the Anthem BlueCross system is not that a company that large and that profitable — one tasked with the care of the most personal data of millions of Americans — did not have adequate security in place to prevent such a thing from happening. That’s […]
What You Don’t Know About Obamacare Will Surprise You October 30th, 2014 @ 8:56 am PDT
Obamacare is really, really difficult to understand. So here is a really, really good explanation to help. If you are a person who is alive, you should read it. (And, no, it’s actually not biased! It’s just a straightforward explanation!)
Misdirection and Contraception: On Hobby Lobby July 2nd, 2014 @ 7:43 am PDT
Imagine yourself in a bar where a pickpocket takes money out of your wallet and with it buys you a glass of chardonnay. Although you would have preferred a pinot noir, you decide not to look that gift horse in the mouth and thank the stranger profusely for the kindness, assuming he paid for it. You might feel differently, of course, if you knew that you actually had paid for it yourself.
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy March 26th, 2014 @ 5:08 am PDT
Urge the FDA to Say YES to Accelerated Approval for safe, effective therapies for children with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy — the leading genetic killer of children, which impacts one out of every 3,500 boys born in the United States.