AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.
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‘Pregnant People’ Gaining Currency Over ‘Pregnant Women’

The movement to disconnect pregnancy from the female gender has also moved into the medical realm.  The movement to disconnect pregnancy from the female gender has also moved into the medical realm.  AAMC, the organization behind the MCAT and medical schools released a poll on May 16 which embraces the new terminology. The movement to disconnect pregnancy from the female gender has also moved into the medical realm. AAMC, the organization behind the MCAT and medical schools released a poll on May 16 which embraces the new terminology.

Concern Grows that Baby Formula Shortage Could Harm Babies

"It is reasonable to predict that if formula shortages are prolonged and that babies are either under-fed or parents try to make their own, nutritionally inferior formulas, then you will see more failure to thrive infants."

Direct-Pay Health Care Rescues a Rural Michigan Community

 The doctor to patient ratio was 3,000 patients per doctor which is three times more than ideal for doctors to be able to provide the kind of care that patients need at the primary level.

More Evidence Masks Have Little to Do with Protecting the Public

“I fear that a lot of the Liberal politicians and so-called public health experts would rather make the same mistakes over again than to admit they were wrong,”

COVID -19 Pediatric Deaths Drop 24 percent after CDC Fixes Data

Pediatric deaths from COVID-19 in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Data Tracker dropped 24 percent after the agency fixed a data glitch. The CDC website reported 1,755 deaths from COVID-19...

Purdue Pharma Settles States’ Opioid Lawsuits

“It’s a big pot of money and what’s been holding it up is states attorneys general who are competing for media attention,”

Health Agencies Display ‘Arrogance’ by Ignoring Pandemic Questions, Says Sen. Ron Johnson

Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) says he has yet to receive any answers to questions he posed in 35 letters to the Biden administration regarding the COVID-19 pandemic and the federal government’s actions to address it.

Congress Extends Telehealth for Five Months

The temporary extension is puzzling. "Why would Congress extend our right to talk to our doctor by phone and video for only five months?"

States Band Together to Expand Treatment for Mental Illness

“The pandemic has made things much worse for those living with mental illness and stressed otherwise healthy people to the point where they now need help."

Democrats Want to Limit Short-Term Health Care Plans

"If HHS restricts short-term plans, more people will be uninsured, and the market will even further tilt in the direction of government control than consumer choice.”

AnneMarie Schieber

AnneMarie Schieber is a research fellow at The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News, Heartland's monthly newspaper for health care reform.

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