Government must have the means to react quickly and decisively to contain a catastrophic disease outbreak—actions that might infringe on individual freedoms.
This latest health threat should be a reminder of the value of supporting public health on the federal, state and local levels.
Past attempts to correct this problem legislatively in Indiana have been unsuccessful at the expense of Hoosiers seeking medical care.
The acceptance clearly crosses political party lines, evidenced by the states that have passed legalization statutes and referendums.
Their “medical” experiments punctuate Nazi Germany’s cruel, brutal and ruthless obsession to “cleanse” the world of Jews and other groups they considered unworthy of living.
This legislation is an important part of the comprehensive effort to prevent youth initiation of a lifelong deadly addiction.
We are currently entertaining changes in policy that sound good or intuitive but are not necessarily data-driven and evidenced-based.
Doctor’s dream of creating muscular dystrophy treatment unfulfilled Bonsett watched nearly all the children slowly die.
America is the only highly developed country in the world that does not guarantee health care coverage for all people.
Our poor Hoosier health is reflective of terrible lifestyle choices and lack of value placed on health by our policymakers.
The judge overstepped in ruling the entire ACA invalid.
It is easy to take vaccines for granted since their very success, the elimination of diseases, makes their value invisible. It’s hard to appreciate what one does not experience.
This program enables more confident, capable mothers who can better assure a more successful and healthy future for their children.
There is more evidence that THC, especially when used in addictive patterns, may actually make it harder for some patients to stop using opioids and other addictive drugs.
Tobacco use still is the leading cause of preventable disease and premature death, and the Hoosier state is mired in the human and economic losses due to its use.
Patients with legitimate chronic pain are commonly weaned down on dosage … or told they will no longer receive opioids.
It is rather surprising that the FDA has moved so soon to regulate the nicotine content of cigarettes. It’s a bold and radical move that I thought would not take place for years.