The World Health Organization (WHO) declared Monday that the Zika virus is a public health emergency of international concern, as it is suspected of causing significant birth defects. The designation is only the fourth one ever to be made by the WHO and paves the way to increase funding and manpower to stop the spread of the virus, which has already made its way to the United States. But while the WHO struggles to find a way to contain the virus, some contend that the 2001 worldwide ban on DDT for agricultural uses has allowed mosquito-borne pathogens such as this to run rampant and that the ban should be permanently lifted.

Emergency rooms across the country are facing a severe shortage of drugs, many of which are necessary to save lives — and, as usual, government is largely to blame.

Senator Bernie Sanders on Sunday released his healthcare plan, which would put the federal government in charge of Americans' healthcare, raise taxes, and increase the deficit.

Planned Parenthood took a major hit in 2015 with the release by the biotechnology company Center for Medical Progress (CMP) of several undercover videos in which officials of the abortion provider discussed with actors hired by CMP the sale of aborted babies' body parts. Now Planned Parenthood is striking back with a lawsuit against CMP.

ObamaCare exchange insurers are losing money because Americans have figured out how to game the system.

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