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Doctor’s Column: Why I became a ‘concierge’ physician ... ~Dr. J. Mavromatis

“… patients should be able to purchase concierge medicine if they feel that it offers value above and beyond what traditional practices have become able to provide.”

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WHITE PAPER [PDF]: More vaccines dangerous for infants.

Combining Childhood Vaccines at One Visit Is Not Safe

By Neil Z. Miller

Although health authorities including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) claim that childhood vaccines are safe and recommend combining multiple vaccines during one visit, a review of data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) shows a dose-dependent association between the number of vaccines administered simultaneously and the likelihood of hospitalization or death for an adverse reaction. 45 more words


Fun with FOIAs, Pt. 2

Alright party people, I’m back. It’s been a busy and stressful few weeks at The Day Job, so I’ve had little time to write personally. I apologize to all three of you who actually read my work (at least I think there’s three of you). 570 more words


The Battle of the Bulge

Monday was a hard start to the week. It seems we always try to fit 4 days’ worth of stuff into two days, which had me feeling my age as the alarm chirped to life at 5:00 AM. 863 more words


Hawaii Says ‘Aloha’ to Direct Primary Care. ~Heartland

In contrast to conventional doctors, most DPC providers maintain a practice of just 1,000 patients per year, sometimes giving patients 45 minutes–per visit–of face-to-face care. 138 more words


When is enough...enough?

When is enough…enough? That is the question I asked myself Thursday morning. On July 21 the latest incident surrounding the 2016 Olympic Summer Game’s took place. 543 more words


Liberal Kool-Aid Will Rot Your Brain

Although my preference will always be to write things of an economic or finance based nature, I think it is much more fitting to write about politics for my first appearance on this blog. 621 more words