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Ebola: sacrifice the few to save the many?

 

While reading Dan Brown’s latest novel Inferno, I came across an interesting dilemma: in case of a deadly, rapidly spreading global virus, do you sacrifice the few to save the many? 992 more words

Health

Obamacare website won't reveal insurance costs for 2015 until after election - Washington Times

While they may have a point about timing, the following is a decidedly one-sided story. Here is a good explanation of the situation at this point from the… 644 more words

Healthcare

MacWorld Expo, RIP.

Good Evening:

Well, officially the MacWorld folks say the Expo has gone on “hiatus,” but unless Apple reverses Steve Jobs’ decision to stop using the annual exposition of all things Mac as the showcase for the latest products in the company’s portfolio, this seems like the end of a great yearly tradition. 624 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Nation’s Worry and Flawed (Ebola) Response

The quoted words below are not mine, they are from the New York Times.

Is it fair to ask how many more flawed responses from this administration Americans let slide? 415 more words

Politics

Medicare premiums-politics over prudence

The good news for today’s Medicare beneficiaries is that for the second year in a row there is no increase in premiums plus there is also no increase in the Part B deductible. 995 more words

Medicare

Statement by RN’s at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital as provided to National Nurses United | National Nurses United

My thoughts about Nurses:

Nurses have always been on the frontlines of healthcare. They do the heavy lifting when it comes to patient care often with their own health at risk. 72 more words

Women earn 77% of what men earn‼️

No, that is simply not true and despite the fact this erroneous claim has been clarified many times in many sources, Democrats still throw it around (Republicans use similarly inaccurate and misleading statistics) loosely. 146 more words

Observations On Life