Sweden’s Karolinska Hospital has banned puberty blockers and cross-sex hormones for minors. Will Republicans in the U.S. do the same?
For two men or singles to wish to parent a child to whom they have a partial biological connection does not mean that they are ‘infertile.’
Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston plans to implement “preferential care based on race” in a plan outlined by two Harvard University doctors.
Protecting people from murder, assault, battery, and mutilation by criminals and predators is the first and most basic government function. A state that cannot do this has no moral legitimacy to do anything else.
A provision in Democrats’ $1.9 trillion COVID bill could give subsidies to households making $300,000 or more. Biden wants to make these subsidies permanent.
As we pray rationing of care never affects hospitals in any state, we must prepare, starting with the premise that every life is equally precious.
The rule follows a court decision to uphold President Donald Trump’s executive order calling for health care price transparency.
Trump’s Health Reimbursement Arrangements regime seems preferable to the well-intentioned, yet overly bureaucratic regime outlined in a recent AEI paper.
The experience of the Pacific Northwest provides more confirmation that greater government control over health care doesn’t deliver its promised benefits.
The two biggest proposals recently announced by Trump’s Department of Health and Human Services involve drug pricing. Here’s what it all means.
Republicans should welcome any chance to highlight the astounding differences between Democratic Party health care rhetoric and Joe Biden’s past actions.
If people could own and control their own health coverage throughout their working lives, most people wouldn’t face concerns about pre-existing conditions.
In many ways, Biden’s proposed default coverage represents a greater intrusion into the lives of Americans than Obamacare’s individual mandate.
Reassuring and rosy campaign rhetoric aside, Biden’s health care plan could very well lead to the elimination of private health insurance.
‘When you don’t try, you’re creating an inhumane death, and you’re creating an absolute certain death,’ said Amanda Finnefrock, a mother whose twins were refused medical care after birth at 22 weeks and 5 days.
Consequences of the lockdown measures include lower childhood vaccination rates, worsening cardiovascular disease outcomes, fewer cancer screenings, and deteriorating mental health.
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