Early this month a controversial study from Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Applied Economics detailed a report which reviewed extensive data that showed lockdowns do not work, instead impose a heavy cost on the economic, social, educational, and psychological costs which far outweigh any health benefits they might bring.
A new study from Johns Hopkins University’s Institute for Applied Economics supports what I and others have long maintained: lockdowns do not work, and their economic, social, educational, and psychological costs far outweigh any health benefits they might bring.
With a spike in the delta variant renewed pressure is being placed on those who are unvaccinated with potential severe consequences for those who don't.
President-elect Joe Biden has selected California Attorney General Xavier Becerra to serve as his secretary of Health and Human Services, choosing an experienced politician to help oversee the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic, according to three people familiar with the decision.
With President-elect Joe Biden assembling his cabinet, will the media finally begin to ask tough and substance questions on the challenges facing America.
No piece of legislation passed by Congress in the past seventy five years has been as controversial as the Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare.
The heads of the U.S. military branches are calling on the Defense Department to stop the transfer of all medical facilities to the Defense Health Agency, saying the novel coronavirus pandemic has shown that the plan to convey the services' hospitals and clinics to the agency is "not viable."
COVID-19 and the emphasis on social distancing has highlighted the many benefits of telehealth.