Author: Kate Harveston
America faces a health care crisis, and Colorado is one state that is leading the way in addressing it.
The problem with funding veterans programs isn’t that there’s no money to be had. It’s that it’s fragmented and spread across redundant organizations trying to bring a local focus to a nationwide problem.
The Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) should protect consumers from harmful substances regardless of their legality. However, when it came to addressing the opioid crisis, it failed in its duty.
Sleep deprivation isn’t a psychological operation or a campaign to erode our democracy. At least, not directly.
America is a prosperous and productive country, but it is sorely lacking when it comes to basic empathy. Few countries on earth revel in cutthroat competition the way we do – and fewer still...
Why the world needs a far more uncompromising and holistic approach for stamping out these poisonous products for good.
Nursing remains one of the most dangerous professions due to the risk of injury and, sadly, the risk of assault from patients and their family members.
Most, and probably all of these job functions, are on track to become partially or entirely automated in the coming years.
Maybe what Americans hunger for most doesn’t come on a plate or in a paper sack.
Some simple changes could bring more relief to disabled people in need.
We need a brand-new approach to relieving human pain. Our existing solutions pack our prisons, sentence nonviolent offenders to life and exacerbate one of the worst and most avoidable tragedies in recent memory.
If you’re “too successful” or “too important” to pay your workers a living wage, you don’t deserve to be a business owner, and your business doesn’t deserve to survive.
Even though a mounting body of evidence indicates needle exchanges can save lives, conservative-minded governments are stifling conversation on the topic before it even has a chance to begin.
A murky legal footing isn’t good for businesses, and it isn’t good for folks who only want to hold down a decent job without letting their health get the better of them.