Big Pharma endlessly push their drugs as miracles. Then FDA and Big Pharma play musical chairs. This system is chronically flawed. Our body’s have a natural renewal system, our own Adult Stem Cells. www.HealthGa
Imagine there's no healthcare, it's easy if you try. Now, imagine there's no pill to take. That might be more of a stretch of the imagination. According to a recent MSNBC article, it is estimated that 130 million Americans consume about 3.5 billion p
Boston is the second-largest area for the medical device manufacturing industry. A vote for Martha Coakley means a vote for ObamaCare. ObamaCare means more empty factories for Massachusetts. Will MA voters vote in their own self-interest–or for more
The recession dramatically slowed US health-care spending in 2008, but it still grew much faster than the economy as a whole, accounting for more than 16% of the nation's economic output. The eye-popping figure of $2.3 trillion - that's $7,681/person
After months of debate, the 60 members of the Democratic caucus united to cut off extended debate on the health care bill. It marked the first concrete step in the Senate to pass the overhaul bill
An FDA panel's recommendation that some adults with no prior heart problems could have millions of Americans being urged by their doctors to take the drug.
BIG SCARE: OVOMIT WARNS USA 'WILL GO BANKRUPT' WITHOUT HEALTH BILL
Although physicians support the use of electronic health records, concerns about potential privacy breaches remain an issue, according to two research articles published in the January 2010 issue of the Journal of the American Informatics Association
Learn about the marketing efforts and subsequent lawsuits of Wyeth to promote hormonal treatments Prempro, a combination of an estrogen drug produced from the urine of pregnant mares, and an additional hormone, progestin.
Hair tucked into a surgical cap, eyes hidden behind thick-framed magnifying glasses, Devi Shetty leans over the sawed open chest of an 11-year-old boy, using bright blue thread to sew an artificial aorta onto his stopped heart.
The title says it all?!?
2 sheriff's deputies hold down a boy for forcible vaccination after he fled the gym where his school was receiving the H1N1 flu shots. The boy's mother left and couldn't "bear to watch".
A recording of a recent Council On Foreign Relations (CFR) symposium reveals attendees discussing ways and means of getting the public to take the H1N1 flu vaccine.
Healthcare for the American "livestock" - Jacob Sullum from Reason Magazine joins the show in the 2nd hour to share his view about the Nationalization of America's Healthcare Industry.
The health bill that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is bringing to a vote (H.R. 3962) is 1,990 pages. Here are some of the details you need to know...
The 220-215 vote late Saturday cleared the way for the Senate to begin a long-delayed debate on the issue that has come to overshadow all others in Congress. A triumphant Speaker Nancy Pelosi compared the legislation to the passage of Social Security
Americans can thank the former Republican presidents listed above for the unconstitutional healthcare contraption that passed the House and that will complete the transformation of the United States into a European-style social-welfare state
"My brother is upset because he has to ask permission from a doctor to live."
In a blow to the White House, the Senate's top Democrat signaled Tuesday that Congress may fail to meet a year-end deadline for passing health care legislation, leaving the measure's fate to the uncertainties of the 2010 election season. Majority
Much of your medical info is already stored electronically, of course, but much more is stuffed into old paper file folders. Nor is there any centralized database that routes your records wherever they are wanted. That is going to change, and change
A Christian medical group says Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is trying to buy off physicians with Medicare payments. In an attempt to garner more physician support for healthcare reform, Senator Harry Reid (D-Nevada) is promising legislation
A vital player in the battle over healthcare reform raised the most campaign contributions for Senate Democrats so far this fall, according to Federal Election Commission (FEC) records.
Drugmakers' victories in Washington could keep health costs high, trade office warns The pharmaceutical industry spent $110 million in just the first half of 2009 in its efforts to influence health care reform, part of a booming lobbying effort th
Wired.com, that Conde Nast online publication that caters to techy people, has published a wave of articles critical of those who oppose massive over-vaccination of the American population.
AARP exploits its members for profit.
The 2003 law that created the Medicare prescription drug plan was a windfall for the drug industry. After the bill passed, many of its architects left Capitol Hill to become lobbyists. And now they’re back on the Hill, as lobbyists for drug companie
Future plans are to end all costly entitlements, especially Medicare, Medicaid and Social Security
The list is hardly a surprise. "The drug industry stands to gain in a health-care overhaul by getting tens of millions of newly insured customers. The $829 billion plan being worked over by Congress would extend health coverage to 29 million American
Senate Finance Committee members have been notified that the committee's health reform bill has been filed today. S. 1796 is 1,502 pages long.