Elaine Jaworski
Elaine Jaworski

Plan B: A Win For Women’s Reproductive Rights

The morning-after pill has finally become an over-the-couter drug, after being a prescription-only drug for under 17-year-olds.

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This Patient-Centered Medical Research Institute is the Way Of the Future For Health Care

The future looks bright for Patient Centered Outcomes Research Institute. The costs are minimal and the potential health benefits are huge.
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Obesity Crisis: Why Doctors Need to Talk About Weight Loss

Obesity is one of the largest killers in America, and the health care industry cannot downplay its severity any longer. For the health of everyone, doctors must start discussing it openly.
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Can a Computer Substitute Your Doctor? IBM's Watson Almost Can

Watson is a computer designed to think like a doctor and will soon be used across the country in hospitals, family practices, and insurance companies.
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Obamacare: Why Doctors Giving Up Private Practice is a Good Thing

Changes in medicine are compelling doctors to give up private practice and work for integrated systems like big hospitals. Here's why that's great news.
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What is Obamacare: Why the Affordable Care Act is a Better Medicare Solution Than the Romney Voucher Plan

With Romney’s message unclear on Medicare it is safe to say that Obama’s great measures to ensure the continuance of Medicare puts him as the clear winner on this hot issue.

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Medicare Reform: IPAB Could Save Health Care From Partisan Havoc

The Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB) allows for a free-thinking body of experts to review and revise the Medicare structure void of political interests.
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Obamacare Bill: Oklahoma Files Another Lawsuit Saying ACA is Unconstitutional

Oklahoma filed a suit against the ACA in September and headlines hint that the suit is challenging the legality of the employer-mandate, similar to the lawsuit in June. However, this is not true.