Sanders Won’t Give Up on Medicare for All – Commentary

"He should give it a rest.  His single-payer proposal hasn’t gotten any better with time.  Witnesses and Republican senators tore it to shreds in a hearing last week."

‘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.

How Government Created the Baby Formula Shortage

As Christina Szalinski reported in The New York Times, “baby formula is one of the most tightly regulated food products in the U.S." As many...

Pfizer Braced for Vaccine Adverse Events, Documents Show

“Clearly Pfizer didn’t want the data to come out. It could have shut down the vaccination effort, caused courts to stand up for human rights, put egg on the face of their FDA collaborator, and caused their stockholders to flee.

Florida May Have the Solution to Out-of-Control Obamacare Premiums – Commentary

Recognizing insurance licenses from U.S. territories would give Floridians additional choices alongside ObamaCare and out-of-control Obamacare premiums.

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.

South Carolina House Committee Fails to Repeal Certificate of Need

Certificate of need laws were mandated by the federal government in 1974 and regulate how many medical facilities are available in an area and what services they provide in an effort to reduce consumer costs.

Stossel: The Truth About Organic Food and GMOs

Activists have convinced Americans that "organic" food is better—healthier, better-tasting, life-extending. As a result, poor parents feel guilty if they can't afford to pay $7...

Autism Awareness Panel Slammed as ‘Violently Ableist’ by Students

The Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a teaching hospital affiliated with Harvard University, was slated to host a panel on autism titled "Autism Awareness:...

Federal Dietary Guidelines Blamed for Rising Obesity

Among adults aged 20 or older, severe obesity, as defined as Body Mass Index (BMI) equal to or greater than 40 nearly doubled from 4.7 percent in 1999 to 2020 to 9.2 percent in 2017-18.

Oregon Officials Agree to Physician-Assisted Suicide for Non-Residents

“The state just went into negotiations. That’s going against what the people voted on in 1994 and 1997. The people of Oregon were voting on a law that would only apply to the state of Oregon.”

Biden Administration Should Lose Its Mask Mandate Appeal – Commentary

"The Biden administration’s attempt to reimpose a mask mandate that is immensely unpopular among Americans who no longer have to wear a mask practically anywhere else is like trying to put a cork back in a bottle of champagne."

Commentary: Florida Follows the Science With New Guidelines on Transgender Treatment for Kids

By Katrina Trinko Finally, someone actually cares about the children. The Florida Department of Health released new guidelines Wednesday about treating gender dysphoria in children....

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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.