Escalating tensions between the G.O.P and Planned Parenthood has many Planned Parenthood chapters fighting for funding from their states. Over the past couple of months, an increasing number of states have passed laws that attempt to defund these local chapters, … Continue ReadingRead More →
The morning bell rings. One hundred children line up behind a desk.
It’s National Deworming Day.
One at a time, each child steps up and holds a hand out over the desk. A teacher drops a tablet into the child’s … Continue ReadingRead More →
The first report came this year on January 7: seven confirmed cases of measles in Disneyland. Slowly the numbers rose. Then, there were twenty-six cases, twenty-two of which were linked to the original outbreak in Disneyland. By the beginning of … Continue ReadingRead More →
Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of New York City on September 21, 2014 for the People’s Climate March, demanding global action to address climate change. The event took place two days before the UN Climate Summit, … Continue ReadingRead More →
With a full head of hair tucked into a pastel blue cap and soft skin wrapped in a warm blanket, George looks like any normal baby. But unlike most at his young age, he has a morphine addiction. Stiff as … Continue ReadingRead More →
Ebola is a viral infection that attacks the dendritic cells of the immune system. These affected dendritic cells are unable to relay information about the viral attack, impairing the immune response. In a study released in August 2014 by Cell … Continue ReadingRead More →
Why is the cost of healthcare so high in America? This question is often overlooked in today’s healthcare debates. Discussion regarding Obamacare typically revolves around its constitutionality or legal implications rather than the economic problems it seeks to address. Whether … Continue ReadingRead More →
As health care costs go through the roof with increases in population, excessive testing, and overmedication, medical experts are searching for an outlet to defray their costs. As reported by the Heritage Foundation, “health care costs are consuming ever larger … Continue ReadingRead More →
I. INTRODUCTION Extreme deficits exist in the quality of healthcare provided by hospitals in the United States. While several recent reports note improvements in select clinical areas,[i],[ii] researchers have shown that the U.S. healthcare system often fails … Continue ReadingRead More →