Three years after its inception, the ACA has struggled to keep major insurers involved, which begs the question of whether the program can survive. Obamacare has been extremely successful in providing health insurance to Americans. There are more Americans with health insurance … [Read more...] about Big Insurers Pulling Out of “Obamacare:” Can the Healthcare Program Survive?
“Feeneesh, Mommy, feeneesh!” Over the final refrains of Sesame Street, Marcus Donahue’s voice drifts into the dining room, where a group of women share a platter of takeout sushi. “Finished, Marcus? More?” Marcus’s mother, June, disappears … [Read more...] about Electronic Kids
Canada has some of the world’s cleanest air, reports the World Health Organization, yet one in five Canadians still suffers from respiratory allergies to pollen, dust, and other particulates. These allergies are nothing to sneeze at, costing us all in medical fees, lost … [Read more...] about 10 Step Allergy Survival Kit
When our son Ethan was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma of the soft tissue specifically the right Illiac or hip Christmas of 2011, the doctors discovered a large tumor that decimated the hip bone. It was of course a nightmare of fear and the unknown. Ethan was eleven … [Read more...] about Kids, Cancer and Gluten Free… Ethan’s Story Part 1
The latest report by the Gerardo Ceballos from the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and and Paul R. Ehrlich from Stanford University et al, which came out late last week outlines modern humans are now responsible for accelerated species loss. … [Read more...] about Surviving Earth and the Sixth Mass Extinction