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A new study published in the British medical journal Lancet, has found new evidence that the conditions imposed on Greece are having a murderous effect on its population, with dramatic negative effects on the health of its citizens, including rising rates of HIV, tuberculosis, depression, and infant deaths.
Arizona LaRouchePAC leader Dennis Dugan, who is a Certified Public Accountant specializing in managing medical practices, attended the Dec.
A bill to supercede Obamacare was filed in the Senate this week...
The extent of closures in the U.S. medical system is upping the death rate for mass numbers of people—genocide.
The cholera epidemic which broke out in Haiti in October of 2010, then spread to the Dominican Republic and Cuba, has now hit the Mexican mainland, sparking warnings from the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) that the water-borne disease is likely to spread throughout the region, to Central and South America as well.
In its quadrennial report card, the American College of Emergency Physicians has graded access to the nation's emergency rooms at D-, down from a C- in its 2009 report. The latest report says that the U.S. has far too few emergency departments to handle the number of patients seeking care, and that the situation will get worse with the advent of Obamacare.
Next Monday is the deadline for people to sign up for required health insurance policies, to have a chance for them to start by Jan. 1. The deadline was extended from Dec. 15, by Health and Human Services Sec. Kathleen Sebelius, who last week asked the Wall Street/insurance companies to extend the deadline even beyond Dec. 23, pretty-please.
One pattern of the new health care policies offered on the exchanges is glaringly clear: the insurance companies are offering plans to deter the chronically ill...
The call by Pennsylvania physician Dr. Mark Shelley for "Doctors Against Murderous Obamacare," is covered in full, with contact information, in Monday's online edition of the Sunbury Daily Item, which is a 76-year-old paper, in the mid-Susquehanna River Valley.