Reducing Syphilis Rates: A Healthcare Provider’s Role

Reducing Syphilis Rates: A Healthcare Provider’s Role

Hey healthcare providers. Reported cases of primary and secondary syphilis are higher than they’ve been in more than 20 years. Rates are increasing for almost everyone, in every part of the US. Syphilis rates are even increasing among newborn babies. But you can protect your patients by taking these actions TALK. TEST. TREAT. TALK. Take […]

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Caller – Socialism Has Always Failed

Caller – Socialism Has Always Failed

steven haymarket virginia and steve thanks for sisters celery it’s your sex and what’s up you photobook baffled by the expectations post-world war going to do anything open trail complex built prepare well two years uh… in the country that there really is stop right there for a second steve are you suggesting to me […]

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Food, Clothing and Health Care Should be Rights…

Food, Clothing and Health Care Should be Rights…

Mark Bittman is he’s a busy progressively rights for the op-ed page is the new york times any any stalking about how food that the the situation with food farming factory farming destruction a soiled updated thirty forty fifty thousand people getting sick from foodborne all that stuff every you know across United States is […]

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Why we need Medicare For All…

Why we need Medicare For All…

I am very pleased to have in the studio with me doctor David hope for he’s got a real PhD ok all is that I just have an honorary 1 okay doctor David Hallberg health care policy analyst National Center for Public Policy Research National Center .org is the website and David in the United […]

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Health Care Overhaul Summarized Via MASSIVE PIG

Health Care Overhaul Summarized Via MASSIVE PIG

Good morning, Hank. It’s Sunday. Yesterday, I was at the Indiana State Fair, and I got to see the world’s largest boar. He weighs more than eleven hundred pounds, and he can’t stand up because his body is too big for his tiny, little legs. And what, you ask, is the name of the world’s […]

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RANKED: How Efficient Is The US Healthcare System?

RANKED: How Efficient Is The US Healthcare System?

Bloomberg did this massive ranking on the most efficient countries for health care in the world there were totally love 48 countries included in this study and I really like this study because I think the way that they a laid it out and the methodology is fantastic so to give you an idea that […]

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Introduction to Public Health

Introduction to Public Health

[MUSIC PLAYING] [MUSIC PLAYING] Welcome to an introduction to public health. My name is Susie McCarthy. As a health education specialist at the CDC, I’ve worked in a variety of areas of public health, including children’s health, infectious diseases, chronic diseases, and most recently public health workforce development. Public health is a dynamic and multi-disciplinary […]

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Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government, and Your Money (Selected Scriptures)

Thinking Biblically About the Economy, Government, and Your Money (Selected Scriptures)

Tonight I want to talk to you a little bit, kind of like a family talk. This is not really a sermon, I wouldn’t call it a sermon because I’m not even sure what I’m going to say myself. So I have a lot more things to say than I will have time to say […]

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Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?

Why Are American Health Care Costs So High?

Good morning Hank, it’s Tuesday. I want to talk today about why healthcare costs in the United States are so phenomenally, fascinatingly expensive, but first I have to blow your mind: Alright, so you’ve probably heard that the reason that people enjoy “free” healthcare in Australia and the UK and Canada, etc, etc is that […]

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