Tag Archives: Health Care

Flash Fiction: Pricks

I’ve never been good with needles. I never feel good while getting shots, mostly because I hate looking at my own blood. I’m generally nervous and on the verge of breaking down when I get a vaccine or blood drawn. … Continue reading

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Saving America’s Health Care and Education Systems by Lowering Costs

September 13, 2013 Spending on health care and education make up about one quarter of America’s economy. Despite spending more than other developed countries, however, our outcomes in both sectors lag behind our peer countries. Budget expert Isabel Sawhill’spost on Brookings asserted that … Continue reading

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