This would be a shocking development, if so many who opposed the legislation hadn’t predicted it:
A poll of over 2,000 emergency room doctors shows that visits to ERs have increased, and in precisely the population that ObamaCare advocates claimed they would decrease and reduce costs.
You don’t say.
Here’s a family that would drive the FDA and food nazis nuts. They’d probably call Child Protective Services. But the kids look pretty healthy to me.
A cardiologist says that it’s not caused by lack of exercise, it’s
caused by sugar and carbs.
I think the comparison with the tobacco industry is apt, but I disagree that it should be regulated. We just need to educate.
Nina Teichholz, and now Scientific American dismantles the quack.
Should we eat meat?
Thoughts from (of all people) Bill Gates.
I actually tend to follow most of
these. I eat mostly at home, unless I’m traveling (and even then I’ll cook, if I have a kitchen), and rarely go out. I shop the outer perimeter of the grocery store (meat and produce), and tend to avoid the inner aisles.
We were promised a $2500 decrease in premiums. We’re
getting a 41% increase.
It’s like the whole thing was some sort of scam.
begins at sixty?
I hope so. I certainly don’t feel old.
fisks the quack Dean Ornish within an inch of his low-fat life.
It’s a little confusing, though. The usual format is to blockquote the fiskee, not the critique.
with our health.
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