Stop thinking from a political perspective, a religious perspective, or a traditional perspective, and start thinking from a human perspective. We all have to live here together, and it tends to go better for everyone if we can start to truly understand the “other guy’s” view.
Bioethicist Daniel Callahan wrote in a recent article that he thinks we should take an “edgier” approach to tackling the problem of obesity in America. He thinks we should start using a campaign similar to the anti-smoking campaigns that would “shame” overweight people in the social sphere as a way to encourage them to lose weight and [...]
I am fed up. Our healthcare system in this country is absolutely terrible. In the last week, I’ve seen one doctor who told me he couldn’t do anything for me except cut into my sinuses again or refer me to a neurologist (who would likely prescribe a daily pain medication), I called another doctor who [...]
I’ve never been one to make New Year’s Resolutions for a couple reasons: 1. I like to re-evaluate my life more than once a year, and make changes as appropriate, when appropriate and, 2. I want to do things in my life that are important and have meaning outside of the fact that it’s the [...]
In a world where those of us dealing with pre-existing conditions have so many health care costs that it can get in the way of other things, we are forced to choose whether or not we should get the care we need when we need it.
If it were up to me, I would start my own business. However, that is not an option even if I want to because I need a job that provides health insurance.
In the world we live in today, we are more unwilling than ever to help out our fellow man, or woman.
Reflections on Grant Schnarr’s book, “Ghost Brother Angel”.