WASHINGTON, July 22, 2014 – In a stunning rebuke to seat-of-the-pants legislating and activist lower courts, a U.S. Federal Appeals Court, in a three-judge panel ruling Tuesday, overturned a lower court’s interpretation of a key portion of the vastly complicated “Affordable Care Act” (ACA). In a 2-1 ruling, the panel observed that “Section 36B [of…
Singer, songwriter and actor, Glen Campbell publicly announced he was stricken with Alzheimer’s disease in June, 2011.
Perhaps what we’re seeing is a return to what historically has proven to be an exceptionally effective approach to health care.
It’s not just our nation’s health care system that’s changing, but the patients who utilize this system as well.
New information on the potential of a disease epidemic caused by the flood of immigrants crossing the border is raising renewed concerns about that mass influx.
The world of those seeking to live comfortably and improve their health and quality of life should not be the victim of an irresponsible segment of society.
It’s not whether you answer in the affirmative or negative, but whether you feel it’s a question worth asking.
The title of Tony Kushner’s latest play aims spotlight at 19th century champion of human rights.
BETHESDA, Md., June 28, 2014 — Overweight and unfit Americans know they are fat. They must, because memberships to gyms and fitness centers have reached 54.1 million, which represents a 6.4% year-over-year increase for the past five years. Yet, this increase in gym memberships has not correlated with a decrease in the percentage of overweight and…
VIRGINIA, June 25, 2014 — Of the 35 million Americans aged 65 years or older, at least 6.5 million suffer depression. The majority of those with symptoms of depression have experienced the disorder over their lifetime, but others begin their ordeal in later years of life. Older folks have unique circumstances that may trigger depression.…