Today, I spend twice as much time per patient filling out paperwork compared to when the ACA was passed in 2010.
The precautionary principle demands that some product or practice be prohibited if absolute safety cannot be demonstrated.
The secondary and tertiary affects of the crisis are going unnoticed.
The federal government assesses on each student loan borrower an “origination fee.”
Most of us don’t know what public health is, or pay attention to public health, until we need it.
Conquering the childhood obesity crisis will take more than adding healthy foods to school lunch. Some schools have found the answer.
Anything short of a cold, apolitical analysis of where we are and what we need to do may prove catastrophic.
Primary care is the key to lowering health care spending.
Obamacare does, despite the Presidents protests, pay for abortions.
Around 805 million people globally will mark the occasion suffering from hunger.