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Young & Healthy: Don’t Pay for Old & Overweight

Katie Kieffer, My healthcare premiums jump 179% in 2017—and my young and healthy friends are in the same boat: at this rate, we’ll go broke before we break a bone. Why are my friends—even some who never discuss politics—complaining about rising healthcare premiums? And why are young entrepreneurs telling me they’re holding off from buying

What Child Is This?

Robert Charles, The Christmas carol is poignant – reminder of Christmas, and beyond.  “What child is this, who, laid to rest …” the carol begins.  “Whom angels greet with anthems sweet, while shepherds watch are keeping?” it continues.  The stanza ends, “Haste, haste ….”  Lovely, lilting, full of promise – like the birth of a

To Make Health Care Affordable, Let’s Eliminate Wasteful, Defensive Medicine

Charles Evans,  Just days before the 2016 presidential election, the Obama Administration admits its signature legislation, the Affordable Care Act, is causing health care costs to skyrocket for millions of Americans. Premiums for mid-level plans are expected to rise an average of 25 percent in the federal exchanges next year, according to the Department of

Silently among us: Scientists worry about milder cases of MERS

 Scientists leading the fight against Middle East Respiratory Syndrome say the next critical front will be understanding how the virus behaves in people with milder infections, who may be spreading the illness without being aware they have it. Establishing that may be critical to stopping the spread of MERS, which emerged in the Middle East

Indiana hospital caring for MERS patient still bustling

Along a stretch of rust-belt suburbia in Indiana, the Community Hospital in Munster now claims the dubious distinction of being the first U.S. facility to admit a patient with the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS). State and federal health officials confirmed the first U.S. case of the virus on Friday. The patient, a male

More than year later: Bay State agency still holds sick Conn., girl, fights family

Raquel Okyay  The founder of the International family rights organization talked to Human Events about his taking on Massachusetts child protection agency and helping the Connecticut family broken apart when the agency nabbed their ailing teenage daughter for 14 months and failing to provide much-needed medical attention. “This case solely revolves around Boston Children’s Hospital disagreeing with Tufts Medical Center by

The MH370 Conspiracy: Are the Israelis Planning Another 9-11 Using the Missing Boeing 777?

U.S.A. Also Involved! Ever notice when something big happens our nations leaders are abroad. just prior to incident or there after? Take this as an Example. Remember Flight MH370 Went Missing March 8, 2014. “Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu looks on as President Obama speaks in the Oval Office of the White House on Monday,