My thoughts on the LA Times and Daily News articles

Full disclosure, I am sitting outside of my office watching a man walk down the street and scream obsenities into the air… I don’t have a Public Health degree and I can’t read the article because I don’t have an LA Times Subscription. My Facebook feed is frenzied by this article. Never the less – […]

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Poor People Suffer and Cost us Even More when Ideology Instead of Science Directs Healthcare Funding.

If people who don’t have insurance are relying on free or low-cost medical clinics, it would make sense that those clinics give comprehensive and pragmatic healthcare that deter those patients from actions that would make them more ill and it cost more money in medical care. Right? But that is not what is happening with […]

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