Tag Archives: U.S.

Viewpoints: If Only U.S. Health Policy Was This Good; Why Didn’t People Care About Opioid Epidemic Until It Hit White, Middle-Class America?

Opinion writers weigh in on these health topics and others. The New York Times: What Can The U.S. Health System Learn From Singapore? Singapore’s health care system is sometimes held up as an example of excellence, and as a possible model for what could come next in the United States. When we published the results… Read More »

U.S. Pharmacy Chains Take on Cancer

Most Americans associate pharmacies with prescription drugs, vitamins and other over-the-counter remedies. But over the past few years, pharmacies have increasingly been including cancer care and prevention among their services, signaling a trend that could disrupt health care industry. Forbes reports that Walgreens has announced a first-of-its kind program called Feel More Like You, which… Read More »

Viewpoints: Wake Up, Maximize Strategies For Ending Disinformation About Vaccines; U.S. Needs To Shift Focus From Medicine To Health

Editorial pages focus on these health topics and others. The Hill: Time To Dispel Vaccine Myths Spreading On Social Media  The internet has long been a place for the free exchange of ideas, regardless of the ideological beliefs of the posters. Indeed, the idea of internet censorship is anathema to Americans, whose free speech is… Read More »