An appalling report via the Daily Telegraph: between 2003 and 2012, a reported 1,158 “home residents” died of thirst or severe dehydration.
One of the few well-functioning parts of the American healthcare system is cosmetic surgery. Why? Because consumers largely pay out of pocket and, as a result, costs are restrained.
If there's one thing I've learned, there's no shortage of well-meaning people who want the world to be a better place. But, without the willingness to roll up your sleeves and be part of the solution, you run the risk of making the situation worse.
On the very day that Steve Jobs died a new report suggests that the U.S. health care system is spending too much money on people near the end of their lives. The timing of the two events could not have been more ironic.
“Paging the Onion … Do we really need a national weather service? (From FOX News, of course).” This is a tweet from Eric Boehlert, who works for the George Soros-funded Media Matters for America website.
A March mixture of comments about items in the news....
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