I realize the idea is to not discuss current events due to how morbid things have become, but wow, never read about a pandemic during one.
A lot of people are claiming that COVID-19 is “no worse than the flu.” Do you have any idea how bad that is?
America faces a health care crisis, and Colorado is one state that is leading the way in addressing it.
You don’t need 100 rolls of toilet paper. But, any American household living through flu season should have backup supplies.
I understand that COVID19 is scary. I’m not thrilled about it either. But I don’t trust these guys and gals saying “I’m from the government, I’m here to help you”.
The right to access your health information in a programmatic fashion also gives you the right to unwittingly give a random app developer access to your health information. Is this a right we actually want?
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 frustration of numerous failed trials and no known cure leaves a void that is understandably filled with a concoction of virtuous hope and villainous snake oil salesmen.
BoJack Horseman portrays mental health issues so realistically at times that you almost forget it takes place in a world full of talking animals
Elizabeth Warren has released a proposal outlining the particulars of her “Medicare for All” healthcare plan.
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.
Some of the depictions of mental illness were nuanced and compassionate, while some missed the mark.