The federal government should take a lesson from COVID-19 and establish an “Operation Warp Speed” for the development of a “vaccine” against age-related chronic disease.Click Here to Continue
A new study from Ohio State University looked at 60 years of health data from thousands of people and their children to analyze trends in mortality and bodyweight.Click Here to Continue
It is time for a new treatment plan for what ails American health care, one that gets to the root cause of the problem and that both parties can unite around. It is not lack of coverage that is causing health care costs to rise. Instead, it is high health care prices and high health care demand.Click Here to Continue
The latest offering in the franchise, called Star Trek: Discovery, is being criticized in some circles for being too political. I think this criticism is off base. The problem with Discovery isn’t that it is too political, or even too liberal. Its problem is that it is too woke.Click Here to Continue
The likely prospect of divided government in Washington means that major health legislation is unlikely anytime soon. But this does not mean big insurance companies can count on the status quo for long. Three interlocking trends are conspiring to dramatically reduce the role of big insurance companies in the American health care system.Click Here to Continue
Thanks to President Trump and his 1,000 step approach on health reform, we are on our way to a transparent, patient-focused, health care system that delivers much better care and coverage at much lower costs.Click Here to Continue
President Trump has made it clear that he wants to make Republicans the “party of health care.”
He has issued several executive orders that have made more affordable health coverage options available to Americans, both by stabilizing the broken Obamacare individual market and by giving Americans more alternative health plan choices.