Shingles is a significant public health problem. It is painful disease that can considerably affect the health-related quality of life for those individuals who acquire it. Risk for developing it is high amongst adults and the rate of shingles is increasing....
by Valerie VanBooven, RN, BSN
What had been one of the strongest growing aspects of a sluggish job market since the Great Recession, home health care and other jobs within the health care industry are taking a serious hiring hit recently. While more Baby...
from – The Weekly Standard – by Daniel Halper
Startling charts from the Republicans on the Senate Budget Committee about male participation in the labor force, particularly men between the ages of 25-54:
“There are currently 61.1 million...
By Senator Ted Cruz -
For two centuries there has been bipartisan agreement that American democracy depends on free speech. Alas, more and more, the modern Democratic Party has abandoned that commitment and has instead been trying to regulate the speech of...
from – New York Post – by Betsy McCaughey
On May 7, the Obama administration boasted that ObamaCare was improving health-care quality for seniors, and it pulled out a bag of statistical tricks to prove it. But a closer look shows that it’s not...
by Sarah Stevenson -
Here’s a wake-up call the American Diabetes Association wants everyone to hear: don’t wait until it’s too late to find out your risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
“1 in 3 people who were born in the year 2000 are expected to get...
Via Jedediah Bila at Breitbart News
Yes We Can. Change We Can Believe In. Forward. Remember those?
Sometimes slogans really do make a difference. And Democrats aren’t wasting any time this year.
The Hill reports:
House Democratic leaders plan to launch...
It’s time to chase global mischief-makers from center stage -
By Robert B. Charles -
When I was leaving the State Department as the tenure of Secretary Colin L. Powell ran out, his deputy said to me: “Don’t ever imagine that you are irreplaceable;...