No one is asking these med-school students to agree with Collier’s beliefs; they simply have a duty as future physicians, university students, and citizens of a civil society, to respect her right to hold them.
We need to reform our patent laws, align biologics laws with those for small molecules, and allow automatic substitution at the pharmacy level. With these and other reforms, the U.S. will drive greater biosimilar adoption, saving patients and taxpayers billions.
Congressman proposes no taxation of Social Security benefits and no penalties for working after retirement,L to slow shrinking of labor force.
By Robert Romano
Baby Boomers are retiring faster than the population of 16-to-64-year-olds is...
Consumers desire health care like everything else in America, fast and easy, and they want it delivered by competent and empathetic professionals and telehealth seems to be the answer.
But timely, assessable, and affordable is useless—and potentially dangerous, if the diagnosis or the treatment is incorrect.
By Roger Severino and James Jay Carafano
When it comes to energy policy, President Biden has become a master of doing the wrong things for the wrong reasons. His policies on solar panel production and...
President Biden’s release of 180 million barrels of oil from the SPR only reduces national security, but not gasoline prices. Reducing gasoline prices requires new pipeline infrastructure projects, lower regulatory burdens, and expedited permitting decisions for onshore and offshore leasing.
The United States Supreme Court today in West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency ruled the agency overstepped its statutory authority in regulating emissions of CO2 from power plants, defending the Constitution's separation of powers in the process.