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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

America wants health care, not walls

We can only hope that the Democrats who won a new mandate on health care in November will now find the courage to deliver on big ideas like in-state single-payer programs, and push for Medicare for All at the federal level.

$5.2 trillion; that’s the savings over 10 years by creating a Medicare for all...

How can such monumental savings be captured?

Microplastics accumulate in bodies of shellfish within hours, new study reveals

“Understanding whether plastic particles are absorbed across biological membranes and accumulate within internal organs is critical for assessing the risk these particles pose to both organism and human health."

Medicare for All could save the country $5.1 trillion over ten years

"Based on 2017 U.S. healthcare expenditure figures, the cumulative savings for the first decade operating under Medicare for All would be $5.1 trillion."
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Medicare for All: As healthcare costs soar, momentum grows to guarantee healthcare for all...

Over the summer the groups formed a partnership to fight the growing support for expanding Medicare.

The smoke’s gone, but hearts and lungs still may be in danger months after...

The long-term effects of breathing this cocktail are unknown.

Chemicals on our food: When ‘safe’ may not really be safe

Scientific scrutiny of pesticide residue in food grows – regulatory protections are being questioned.

Bernie Sanders and Ro Khanna take on Big Pharma with new bill that will...

Currently, one in five American adults cannot afford to get prescription medication that they need.

Industry studies show evidence of bias and misleading conclusions on widely used insecticide: Scientists

Data just doesn't add up behind industry conclusions on chlorpyrifos – a controversial insecticide linked to brain impacts for children.

Capitalism is killing patients…and their physicians

Capitalism does not just threaten the health and well being of every human, but life on this earth as we know it.