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06/24/2017 - 7:10am

By John Tingle It’s fair to say that patient safety and health quality reports in recent years have tended to focus on what is going wrong in the NHS and what needs to be done to put things right.We have … Continue reading →

06/24/2017 - 3:30am

Here is a provocative recent blog post on how heavy metal music grapples with some of the themes in medical futility and ICU care.  

Ghost of Mother...

06/24/2017 - 3:30am

Here is a provocative recent blog post on how heavy metal music grapples with some of the themes in medical futility and ICU care.  

The author analyzes lyrics and clips and how they reflect serious issues in end-of-life healthcare.  For exa...

06/24/2017 - 11:05pm

== The New “Voter Fraud” Commission ==

06/23/2017 - 2:36pm

Planet Earth is a vast place, with humans scattered all over it. But how we're distributed is far from even. About half of the planet's 7.5 billion people live in just seven countries

06/23/2017 - 12:47pm

It’s a standard sign at many convenience and grocery stores around the country, usually posted near the prepared food line and aimed at customers paying by Electronic Benefits Transfer, the debit card for food stamps

06/23/2017 - 10:45am

The world's population growth is slowing, according to a new United Nations report, but the number of people living on Earth will still approach 10 billion by the year 2050

06/23/2017 - 9:44am

Nolan and Jack Willis and just 10 other boys took part in a clinical trial that led to the approval last fall of the very first drug to treat their rare, deadly muscle disease. Now the Willis boys are again test cases as a different type of medical question comes to the fore: whether insurers will cover the controversial drug, Exondys 51, which can cost more than $1 million a year even though it’s still unclear if it works