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Health Care: Taking Control and Opting In

Individuals "opting in" for medical care rather than medical care being the default, is simple, realistic, and cost effective. Read More »

Generation X, We’re Calling You Out!

As a generation, Millennials are often cast as lazy, demanding, and entitled by Gen X-ers and Baby Boomers. But are today's young people really the entitled generation? Read More »

The America They Believe In? Part I

The conservative right trusts Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan to lead the United States back to prosperity. Can their plan really do it? Read More »

Spiraling Chronic Care Costs: How Can We Reclaim Control?

How in the world will we ever begin to control spiraling healthcare costs? Read More »

Profit at Any Cost

They will put you back in chains. Read More »

Mobile Tech Will Revolutionize the Future of Healthcare

There is no denying the fact that technology has had a huge impact on almost every aspect of our lives today. Read More »

The Patient-Doctor Relationship in the Era of Healthcare Reform

Patients must work with their doctors for a healthier more productive lifestyle. Too often, a patient is looking for a “quick fix” and the doctor is limited on time to “fix” the problem. Read More »

Book Review: The Take-Charge Patient: How You Can Get the Best Medical Care by Martine Ehrenclou, M.A.

Martine Ehrenclou empowers patients to become proactive, well informed participants in their own care. Read More »

All this Birth Control Nonsense

Shouldn't the individual's right to freedom of religion come before an institution's right to the same? Read More »

GOP Issues Part One: Healthcare

Health care may be the most important issue of the 2012 election. What do the candidates say? Read More »