Is health insurance a right? — with John Goodman (1994) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. President Clinton has bet big on his health care reform, and Congress is madly rushing to put together some kind of health care plan. But what’s really at stake? Joining us to sort through the conflict and the consensus are Paul Starr, professor of sociology at Princeton and author […]

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What’s The Deal With Skincare As Self Care? | Strong Opinions Loosely Held | RIOT

What’s The Deal With Skincare As Self Care? | Strong Opinions Loosely Held | RIOT

Alright, I need to work something out. This whole skincare and self-care thing is really thrown me for a loop. Everywhere I look, there’s a whole new skincare and self-care regimen, and some of them are really complicated. This is my first in my skincare regimen. Apply this right underneath the eyes. Sodium hyaluronate plus […]

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Faculty Perspective | Professor Moramay López Alonso | Engaging with Big Questions of Global Health

Faculty Perspective | Professor Moramay López Alonso | Engaging with Big Questions of Global Health

In my case my question is living standards. How have living standards changed over time, and what have been the main determinants of these living standards? Also another problem that I study is why has the world become more unequal? Inequality is a very important issue. Part of why I used all these tools and […]

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What is a human right?

What is a human right?

What is it? What is a Human Right? From the start of our lives, because we are human beings, there are certain things our governments must do to help us reach our potential. These expectations and claims we have of our governments are called human rights. Every single man, woman, and child has them. How […]

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Applying for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding | Age UK

Applying for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding | Age UK

If you have a relative in hospital with long-term needs, quite complex needs, I would suggest that you talk to the consultant in charge of your relatives care which really means trying to be there when they come round. You need to find out when they do a ward round, when they’re on the ward […]

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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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American Nightmare: Guns & Racism, more accessible than Healthcare | Ayishat Akanbi

American Nightmare: Guns & Racism, more accessible than Healthcare | Ayishat Akanbi

A society where guns and racism is more accessible than healthcare, is the height of moral depravity. You cannot afford to boast on being the best nation on earth, when you have such ideas that are seeped in a poverty of ethics. You can judge a nation by how important health care and the basic […]

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Is Health Care a Right or a Privilege?

Is Health Care a Right or a Privilege?

The new Miss USA is being criticized for her answer on health care: Do you think affordable health care for all US citizens is a right or a privilege and why? I’m definitely going to say it’s a privilege. As a government employee I am granted health care and I see firsthand that for one […]

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A Patient’s Healthcare Story

A Patient’s Healthcare Story

My name is Cecelia Chung. I am a residence in San Francisco and I am also a commissioner on the San Francisco Human Rights Commission. I had a bad experience in Hospital with when I first began my transition. I had really severe abdominal pain I went into Emergency Room. They immediately dismissed my symptoms. […]

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