Archive for September, 2009
As the supporters and opponents of the public option in the healthcare reform continue to fiercely debate the merits of their positions, the Kaiser Family Foundation has published a new report that suggests health insurance costs for Americans are escalating.
Speaking of the October 2008 (economic) crash, from your writing I would guess that you would think that it was probably planned.
The U.S. Federal Government promises to have a vaccine against H1N1 (aka swine flu) available very soon. And with all the fear-mongering coming from organizations like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and World Health Organization (WHO), many will be duped into taking the vaccine for their own “safety.” Read this article to learn the truth about vaccinations…
According to new research, the extract from the bark of the French maritime pine tree appears to have inflammation-fighting properties and relieve pain.
While hand-washing and cough-covering is very important, experts are saying there is a range of flu-fighting foods that may help vulnerable individuals get throughout the difficult season.
Only two days have passed since the Senate Finance Committee unveiled its healthcare bill proposal, and Americans for Tax Reform (ATF), an organization that opposes all tax increases, has prepared a list of tax hikes that could be enforced if the bill passes.
*Congress rebukes Obama for dictatorial claim. It wasn’t the biggest issue to come before Congress in a long time. But as a straw in the wind, it could be significant. On July 9, the U.S. House voted overwhelmingly (429 to 2) to tell President Obama he has to obey the law. The previous month, when […]
Chip Wood takes a second and third look at President Barack Obama’s Sept. 9th speech on healthcare and finds many reasons to ask who was telling the truth and who wasn’t. Did Rep. Joe Wilson get a bum rap? Read this article and decide for yourself…
A Mediterranean-style diet may become a new weapon for those who would like to reduce their risk of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) as a new study has found that when combined with physical fitness, it lowers the odds of developing neurodegenerative conditions.
Last weekend, tens of thousands or, by some estimates, more than a million people descended on Washington to protest against high spending and the federal government’s expansion, but the National Inflation Association says few participants called on Washington to address the threat of inflation.