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How the Government Ruined U.S. Healthcare — and What We Can Actually Do About It, by Alice Salles

You may have heard this before from SLL. When government regulates an industry at the behest of sundry do-gooders, the regulated industry has every incentive to capture the regulatory apparatus. 314 more words


Blog 8: Remembering Anarcha, Lucy, and Betsey: The Mothers of Modern Gynecology

For this week’s class, we read and listened to pieces relating to how feminist activism can influence health and medicine. I wanted to focus on an NPR podcast (The Hidden Brain) titled, “ 493 more words

BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals treats patient with rare neurological disorder

Patient with Moyamoya disease treated with vascular bypass surgery.

Bangalore India, March 22, 2017: BGS Gleneagles Global Hospitals, a part of Parkway Pantai, successfully performed a surgery to treat a complex and rare neurological disorder.  572 more words


Art on the Edge

By Ken Koyle, Ginny Roth, and Krista Stracka

Hedley Vicars was not a war hero. He was not a renowned strategist or tactician; his presence on the battlefield did not strike fear in the hearts of his enemies. 988 more words


15 Men And Women Who Died And Then Came Back Share What They Saw And What It Was Like

1. The Worst Part Was Defibrillation

I went through the windshield of a car after my seat belt buckle broke. After which I died of blood loss being transported to the hospital.

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In Depth: Profits Climb at Oregon’s Major Hospitals

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Of the state’s largest hospitals, 18 saw operating profits climb in the third quarter of 2016, according to a Lund Report analysis. 33 more words

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Ummayyatu's Story

At about the age of three, my little friend Ummayyatu already has a story to tell. As with any three year old, however, the story begins with her parents. 961 more words