Even a good dog has a right to bite. I use that often. Any person, or group of persons will defend it, or themselves...
That's more than they had expected to find, and the true number is probably higher because the effort involved only certain labs in each state, officials say
Senate File 2281 passed the chamber on a 30-20 vote, and now heads to the Iowa House where Republicans hold a 59-41 majority. If passed, Iowa would be the first state to implement heartbeat legislation, effectively banning most abortions.
Sen. Bernie Sanders is pushing the single-payer health care initiative hard. The issue has fallen onto the backburner in the news cycle, but the hard left of the Democratic Party wants this—even some wanting to use it as a litmus test regarding candidate support. The more establishment wing is skeptical.
A plague outbreak in Madagascar has infected 1,192 people since August, with 124 deaths, the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs and Madagascar’s National Bureau of Risk Management and Disaster reported on Monday.
Let’s play a game of guess who…as in who said, “If we expanded Medicaid everybody. Give everybody a Medicaid card – we would...
He and his team brought groceries, water and flashlights to Helmuth after her granddaughter, Rachel Copeland of Texas, sent a Facebook message to police asking them to check on her grandmother.
The findings disprove claims that price increases do not reduce patient access to and use of certain medications, said researchers at the Cleveland Clinic.
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) announced late Monday that he would be back at work Tuesday for a vital vote on health care reform, even as he recovers from a blood clot removal and a diagnosis of a brain tumor.
TV's action hero Chuck Norris finally faced a villain he couldn't beat -- and it almost killed his wife.
I’m paying too much to be forced to read ‘ideological garbage’ After he cut the microphone for the high school valedictorian who criticized the “authoritative...
New research says worship services might be just what the doctor ordered.
It has begun. The hysterical posts on social media about the describing the devastation to Americans if Obama's Affordable Care Act (ACA) is repealed. The scare tactics are typical politics. All fear, no facts. Politics aside, here are two stories of real Americans and their experiences with ACA.
Chances are, as a Baby Boomer, you'll be called upon, if you haven't already, to undertake the advocacy and care of an elderly loved one.[i] Over seven million Americans, aged sixty-five and older, have long term care needs; and forty-two million Americans—about one in four U.S. households—are currently caring for aging family members. In fact, middle-aged adults, referred to as “the sandwich generation,” commonly spend more time caring for their parents than their own children.
By: Diane Sori and Craig Andresen / Right Side Patriots In trying to decipher Hillary Clinton’s medical issues, and she obviously has medical issues, there...