It is always noteworthy when a lawmaker breaks what seems to be the “Cardinal Rule” against speaking out against one’s own party, particularly when it regards the party’s signature “accomplishment.”
Medical doctors may be wrong in up to 40 percent of patients they diagnose as being in an irreversible coma, and a new study shows that some high-tech brain scans are finding brain activity where doctors had said little or none existed.
A new study suggests casual marijuana use may damage the brain, supporting the Obama administration's official stand on legalizing marijuana but flying in the face of the president's claims about the drug.
President Obama’s perspective on healthcare is far removed from reality, it seems. He recently declared regarding his healthcare law, “this thing is working,” while Americans across the country are bearing the burdens that the law has created.
A report released April 9 by the Office of Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services urged greater scrutiny of doctors who are the highest billers for Medicare payments.
According to former Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius, the timeline for the ObamaCare rollout was "flat-out wrong."
Another mass shooting is added to the list of violent acts linked to psychiatric drug use.
Kathleen Sebelius' resignation as the head of Health and Human Services, and her replacement, is likely to have little impact on the rolling disaster of ObamaCare.
A group of conservative congressmen is hoping to replace John Boehner and possibly other House leaders with members who will more closely adhere to the Constitution.
The implementation of the new healthcare law has produced a number of unpleasant surprises for those who ignored warnings by ObamaCare critics, including increased costs, less choice, and in many cases, the loss of their current health plans and physicians.