Kate Harveston: Free, low-cost and reimbursed childcare is available. However, like all other forms of welfare in the US, they are applicable only to those at or below the poverty line.
Mian Azhar: Studies have revealed that children that have been brought up in the presence of pets are less likely to get allergies and Asthma. Children also get cold and ear infection very rarely when they have a pet in their home in the first year of their life
Michael Hertz: Dangerous doctors continue to be allowed to keep practicing, even in situations where they have been found guilty of malpractice.
Paul Haeder: For someone always skeptical of big money-big business tied to anything in the realm of medicine or science in general, I have lifted myself way beyond hope when it comes to any amount of efficacy in medicine or all the other nodes tied to our modern industrial-postindustrial world.
Margaret Flowers: If Democrats win a majority, they will be expected to deliver on health care, but they face a dilemma of having to please their campaign donors, which includes the health insurance industry, or pleasing their voters, where 75% support single payer health care.
Felonious Ax: We’re not like that bunch of wienies who live in France: In the face of sickness and woe, they’re all,”Ooh-la-la! I have un mal du tête! I will go to le docteur toute suite!
Margaret Flowers: Given that states are not able to achieve pure single payer systems, states take a risk when they label themselves single payer or Medicare for All.
Lorraine Payette: Instead of accusing the victims, instead of imposing your will on others, put your bodies where your opposition sits and volunteer to become a surrogate.
Rosemary Jenkins: What we have at the Adat Shalom Board and Care facility is a deliberate policy to disregard the rights of its employees, often literally stealing from them to the detriment of quality care for the patients there.
Caitlin Hoff: Currently, with lax government regulations and little incentive to change, drugmakers continue to strive for greater revenue, regardless of the lives at stake
Margaret Flowers: NIMA would take the national infrastructure created by Medicare and use it for a new system that is comprehensive in coverage, including long term care, and doesn’t require co-pays or deductibles.
Ben Chapman: One thing that everybody can do to help people with mental health problems is to challenge the stigma surrounding them.
Lance Simmens: Today there are nearly 66 million people who have left their homes due to conflict, violence, persecution and human rights violations. That number has doubled in the past decade alone and is expected to continue to increase exponentially in the years to come.