Published July 02, 2013
Is the George Zimmerman trial about race? Maybe not. We are all petrified of losing control, never more so than when it involves the ultimate loss of control, death.
Published July 01, 2013
With skyrocketing temperatures in the West and Southwestern parts of the country over the weekend, people are wondering what they need to know to stay safe in a heat wave
Published May 28, 2013
Former President George W. Bush puts his emphasis is on a personal responsibility for health rather than on extending an expensive, easily overused and comprehensive insurance program to more and more people.
Published May 24, 2013
Fifteen wounded warriors rode with President Bush this year for the Third Annual Bush Center W100K Wounded Warrior Mountain Bike Ride.
Published April 25, 2013
After the Boston Marathon bombings, Americas would do well to focus on Kaitlynn Cates' story and the story of the commitment and skill like Dr. King’s.
Published April 16, 2013
The less we obsess on the events in Boston on Monday, the less we panic, the better for our collective health.
Published April 01, 2013
The shocking news that thousands of patients who visited Dr. Scott Harrington’s Oklahoma oral surgery practice since 2007 may have been exposed to hepatitis B, C, and HIV as well as unsanitary and non-sterile conditions, is a wake-up call for doctors, patients, and especially health departments everywhere
Published March 25, 2013
An overblown fear of a drug, Zithromax, is now replacing the overblown fear of bronchitis and sinus infections
Published March 07, 2013
A study from the University of South Carolina published in the Public Library of Science (PLOS One) has caused an uproar because it seems to single out women and suggest they should increase the amount of housework they do in order to lose weight
Published February 25, 2013
The human pelvis is a tight compartment, filled with muscles, nerves, bones, and essential organs. Its easy to injury it, especially when you overuse your muscles during strenuous sports activity