Sometimes you can’t blame it on the guns. Really sad. We need more community in this country, so we can work out our problems without violence. One answer is better access to mental health services.
Marching forward in the new Gilded Age where the banks get bigger and bigger, even as they outsource more jobs to other nations…
The money-shot quote from this article:
Francois de Brantes, executive director at the Health Care Incentives Improvement Institute, said high-deductible plans are exerting a Trojan horse effect, “awakening the general public and individual plan members to the absolutely insane way in which health care prices are being set today and in which health care services are being paid for today.”
This will all be happening in Rhode Island very soon as well.
Modern parenting may hinder brain development, research shows // News // Research at Notre Dame // University of Notre Dame
I think we have done pretty well on these factors in parenting. Interesting research for those who have small children.
Some Veterans Are Committing Suicide While Waiting To Receive Mental Health Care From The Government | ThinkProgress
Sad how little priority we give to Veterans, after they give everything for their country.
Many Consumers With High-Deductible Plans Are Concerned About Health Law Changes – The Washington Post
If you’re not concerned now, you may be soon.
Finally, some good news!
To quote the great Vanessa Query of the blog Theycallmeoystergirl.com: ”I love libraries. I love the renovating of abandoned albatrosses of buildings. I love Wal-Marts shutting down. Therefore, I love this story.” Me, too, Vanessa! Thanks for the link!