cut funding to programs that provide health care to undocumented workers. Now see if you can figure out what the health care providers are saying in this ads.
The Spanish government has
Find out here.
…especially as it pertains to vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan.
Read it and learn to counter the myths floating around out there.
And thanks, Leftover, for the link.
So says public health experts, according to this USA Today story.
And here’s a bit more on gun violence in an NPR story that says there’s no simple answer.
And thanks, DickG., for the links.
I have a new monthly column at Connecticut Health I-Team. You can read it here.
And thanks, DickG., for the link.
And with that, I bid you a fond see-you-later. Have a great weekend and see you back here on Monday.
As of today, a host of preventive healthcare services for women should be offered without cost, thanks to the Affordable Care Act.
From the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, those services include:
- Well-woman visits.
- Gestational diabetes screening that helps protect pregnant women from one of the most serious pregnancy-related diseases.
- Domestic and interpersonal violence screening and counseling.
- FDA-approved contraceptive methods, and contraceptive education and counseling.
- Breastfeeding support, supplies, and counseling.
- HPV DNA testing, for women 30 or older.
- Sexually transmitted infections counseling for sexually-active women.
- HIV screening and counseling for sexually-active women.
Look around you. Do you see American society crumbling? No. You do not. To find out when you will begin receiving coverage for the women’s preventive services without cost sharing, go here.
And thanks, Leftover for that link.
I agree with Sharon, who put this on Facebook and then I stole it. This sounds like single-payer to me: Everybody in. Nobody out.
That nation, so ravaged by war in the ’90s, could teach us something about keeping people who are HIV-positive on their life-extending meds.
You can read more here.