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Capitalism Can Be Bad For Your Health
Capitalism has done wonders for the world in terms of raising the standard of living for so many people. Of course, like everything else in this world, capitalism is not an unbridled blessing. It has its dark side. When it … Read More
Lots of Developments in Treatment of Breast Cancer
There is never a good time to develop breast cancer but for women who have had the misfortune of being diagnosed with breast cancer, the treatment options have never been better than they are today. The statistics remain daunting, however, … Read More
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Are We Headed Back to the Bad Old Days?
My granddaughter and I were looking at songs in a folk singing book the other day and one of them was “Sweet Molly Malone.” If you know the song, you know Molly was a fishmonger in old Dublin, who died … Read More
The Type 2 Diabetes Epidemic.
America, we are letting ourselves go and it is costing us. It is costing us in terms of rising health care costs, loss of quality of life and shortening of life expectancy itself. We are getting fat and flabby. We … Read More
Hospital Billing Practices Can Send You To The Poorhouse.
The way in which hospitals bill their patients is a sin. It ought to be against the law, but it is not. Hospitals can charge whatever they want for a medical procedure and often do. Some studies have found that … Read More
Want To Live A Long And Healthy Life? Be Born Rich.
I don’t suppose it has ever been different over the course of human history, but our society is unequal. More and more research studies are “finding” that inequality makes a big difference in how healthy you are and how long … Read More
The Danger of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria
We are surrounded by life forms that are constantly mutating and changing. This is particularly true of bacteria. Because they have such short life spans, they can evolve quickly to meet threats. That is exactly what they have done to … Read More
We Are At The Bottom. Again. Still.
USA! USA! We’re Number – Eleven? The Commonwealth Fund was founded in 1918 to create better, more accessible health care systems. Since 2004, it has been conducting studies of the health care systems of the richest eleven countries in the … Read More
“The Hip Bone Is Connected To The Thigh Bone.”
Our bodies are beautiful machines that evolved over millions of years to keep us alive and healthy. My practice requires me to do a lot of studying about the human body. I am continually amazed as I come into contact … Read More
The Continuous Glucose Monitor and Type 2 Diabetes.
The latest marketing campaign directed at Type 2 diabetics is intended to sell them continuous glucose monitors (CGM’s). Since there are estimated to be over 30 million Americans with Type 2 diabetes, there are a lot of potential customers. For … Read More