Category: Health

Good Health Without Vaccinations a Long Shot

Good Health Without Vaccinations a Long Shot

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Until recently, the reason people were unvaccinated was largely due to a lack of money to pay for shots. Nowadays, there’s a growing “anti-vax” movement blaming preventative medicine for conditions like autism and diabetes. Anti-vax advocates are sticking to their ...
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Case Of Unvaccinated Boy Gives Good Reason To Get Immunizations, by Jerome Danner

Case Of Unvaccinated Boy Gives Good Reason To Get Immunizations, by Jerome Danner

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Although vaccinations are (and have been) commonplace in society for decades now, there is still a healthy debate over their necessity or if they are detrimental to children. The arguments typically come from those persons in the anti-vaccine movement regardless ...
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Health Care Rationing Fears Revived With the Arnold Foundation’s Help

Health Care Rationing Fears Revived With the Arnold Foundation’s Help

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Even though ObamaCare’s controversial Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) was abolished earlier this year, the fear of future rationed health care in America remains alive and kicking. While IPAB will not be responsible for it, the relationship between the Institute for ...
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Black Women Applaud Trump Administration Getting Government Out of Abortion Business

Black Women Applaud Trump Administration Getting Government Out of Abortion Business

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To ensure that taxpayers “do not indirectly fund abortions,” the Trump Administration has issued a proposal to reform the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Family Planning Program (Title X) funding. This move is strongly supported by black women ...
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CREATES Act the Right Prescription for Lower Drug Prices

CREATES Act the Right Prescription for Lower Drug Prices

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In his State of the Union address, President Donald Trump said “[o]ne of my greatest priorities is to reduce the price of prescription drugs.” The CREATES Act, already under consideration in Congress, could help achieve that goal. In a recent ...
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Controversial United Nations Cancer Report Selectively Edited to Promote Weed-Killer Scare

Controversial United Nations Cancer Report Selectively Edited to Promote Weed-Killer Scare

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Anti-GMO Activist May Have Run Amok in World Health Organization Cancer Agency Agency Rebuffs Congressional Investigation, Leading to Increased Calls to Cut U.S. Funding of Scandal-Ridden WHO Global Public Health Too Important to Cede to Political Activists 
Washington, DC – ...
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Hogberg in American Spectator: Tax Reform Should Repeal Obamacare’s Individual Mandate

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Tax reform bills may have passed in the House and Senate, but there’s still a lot of work to be done before anything is sent to the White House. Now, the bills are expected to go to a conference committee ...
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Obamacare Individual Mandate Repeal: House of Representatives Should Follow Senate Lead

Obamacare Individual Mandate Repeal: House of Representatives Should Follow Senate Lead

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Health Care Expert Says Congress Can Fix Gross Violation of Individual Liberty Mandate to Buy Insurance Failed to Make Obamacare Exchanges Function Properly Washington, DC – With the Senate version of tax reform containing a repeal of Obamacare’s individual mandate, ...
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STRONGER Protections May Be Answer to Drug Patent Trolls

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When Congress addressed patent reform earlier this decade, their attempt to stop “patent trolls” culminated in a law that the National Center’s Jeff Stier says ended up being “a solution in search of a problem.”  As a result, there are ...
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NYC Moves to Snuff Out E-Cigs: “What Are They Smoking?”

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The U.S. and U.K. governments see lower-risk nicotine products as a tool to bring smoking-related diseases down to levels not seen in generations.  But in New York City, legislators want to recklessly regulate responsible vape retailers out of existence.  What ...
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