Rodney Warner

Cancer Death Rates are Falling and the Healthcare System Doesn’t Deserve All the Credit

Posted July 18th, 2016

The death rates of some of the world’s deadliest disease killers are declining and doctors and researchers are at a loss to fully explain it. As much as we want to pat our doctors and medical researchers on their collective backs for their work it doesn’t completely explain what’s going on, according to an article […]


Jonathan Colon

Some useful things to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace

Posted March 31st, 2014

Some useful things to know about the Health Insurance Marketplace.


Too Much of a Good Thing is Bad

Posted December 18th, 2013

Why is the American healthcare system the most expensive in the world? A recent article in The Atlantic magazine discussed one reason, the problem of unneeded and unnecessary medical treatment taking up 30% of all healthcare spending.


Does anyone really think people should not have access to healthcare when they need it?

Posted May 19th, 2011

This whole healthcare debate in the United States is completely off base. Does anyone really think people should not have access to healthcare when they need it? Do people really believe others should be left in the dust if they truly do not have enough money to pay for all their medical care? It is […]