By Elisabeth Arenales
Last month’s ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court on the King v. Burwell case not only upheld the ability of people to access premium tax credits from the federal health care exchange, but it affirmed once again, that the Affordable Care Act is here to stay.
By Deborah L. Foote
There has been a lot of chatter about the impact of sugary drinks – soda, fruit juice, energy drinks – on obesity. But what about oral health?
By Ethel Ayo
As a home health care worker, I help my eight clients with Alzheimer’s and dementia with all kinds of daily living tasks, from walking and bathing to cooking and cleaning. I love my work because I truly care about my clients’ health and well being. It is absolutely critical that our seniors and people with disabilities deserve to have quality, professional home health care that allows them to live at home with independence and dignity.
By Dr. Jay Want
In a long awaited ruling, the Supreme Court of the United States handed down a 6-3 decision in favor of the administration in King vs. Burwell, a challenge to the legality of subsidies for the poor in the federal health care exchange. I am not a legal scholar, so can’t comment on the legal nuances of the case. Nonetheless, there are big implications to the law standing that even I can understand.
By Kristin Paulson
Several years ago, a friend of mine was diagnosed with an aggressive cancer at a very young age. Treatment options were uncertain and sometimes experimental.