This year should prove decisive in determining the success of Obamacare.
National public health authorities continue to lie to America’s 43 million smokers about e-cigarettes.
Physicians need the flexibility to treat not the “average” patient but the actual patient.
The FDA needs to do what it is paid to do - review and approve new drugs in a timely fashion.
The healthcare law would force 50 percent of small businesses to cut hours or reduce the number of workers on their payrolls.
A sense of trust and mutual respect between the patient and physician is critical.
Students are not able to access MenB vaccinations under current government rules.
Congress continues to lavish taxpayer subsidies on the politically powerful U.S. sugar industry.
The CBO report said it’s difficult to get a clear “apples to apples” cost comparison.
Clinical superiority remains our threshold, but quality of life matters.