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3 ways to improve primary care access

Richard Migliori, MD and Grace Terrell, MD | Policy | October 4, 2014

Primary care is essential to building a higher-performing health care system that promotes personal well-being and saves consumers and taxpayers money. 614 more words


Thanksgiving Day 2014

Thanksgiving Day USA 2014 has me thinking about that which I am thankful for. Here is a by no means complete list.

I am thankful I don’t live in Ferguson MO. 765 more words


in2 Analysis of Post Obama Democrat Spin....

I saw this from NY Senator Chuckie Schumer and was almost put off my turkey dinner:

SEN. CHUCK SCHUMER (D-NY): After passing the stimulus, Democrats should have continued to propose middle-class oriented programs and built on the partial success of the stimulus.

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Reznick, MD: "Physicians don’t take the time to communicate with their colleagues."

Steven Reznick, MD | Physician | October 4, 2014

I was finishing tying my shoes as I got dressed to take my lovely wife out to dinner for our 41st wedding anniversary. 696 more words


November Flashbacks

Following are some of the articles published by The Observer in November since 2009. These articles, gathered from various publications and editorials, are noteworthy for residents in that they remind us of where we’ve been as a community. 342 more words

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A Few Quick Word on Ferguson

There appears to be a collective amnesia across much of America right now.  Have we forgotten that there is precedent for taking down actual armed killers, mass murderers even, without the use of deadly force?  303 more words


The first snowfall of the year:The first snow day

On Monday November 17, Cincinnati, Ohio had its first snow fall. Typically the first snowfall of the year happens after Thanksgiving or right before Christmas, but never before! 204 more words

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