Unable to convince Americans to fully trust vaccines with endless marketing propaganda and even government mandates, Food and Drug Administration (FDA) boss Scott Gottlieb is threatening to use federal force. Indeed, in bizarre comments made to national media, the senior health bureaucrat threatened that growing nationwide resistance to vaccination mandates may “force the hand of the federal government.” In short, Gottlieb wants to force states to vaccinate children at gunpoint, even if it goes against the religion or conscience of the parents. Critics lambasted the comments and the sentiments as authoritarian and unacceptable.
On Monday, a U.S. district judge issued a nationwide injunction against Trump administration rules to allow employers exemptions from ObamaCare’s contraception mandate, just one day before the new rules were to take effect.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said on January 8 that the city will begin guaranteeing comprehensive healthcare to every single resident, including illegal aliens.
Flush with success in the midterm elections, Democrats are preparing to renew their push for single-payer healthcare.
Media maligns parents who refuse to immunize their children, but research reveals an interesting twist to the chickenpox vaccine debate.
The states have been expanding the number of residents eligible for Medicaid ever since ObamaCare created the regulatory ability to do so, and even so-called Red States are moving to put more people on the dole.
The medical profession needs a doctor — stat. This conclusion is inescapable, with stories about how fewer people are entering medicine, leading to a physician shortage; and, more shockingly, about how many doctors are leaving the field for greener pastures. The reasons? Demoralizing, stifling government bureaucracy; the rise of STEM jobs; and younger generations that value status over service.
While "Medicare for all" may sound inexpensive and full-care, it is really quite expensive and hard to access.
Two whistleblowers are claiming that they were virtually run out of a Veterans Affairs hospital in Jennings, Louisiana, after they reported widespread corruption.