Things have gone incredibly well. Beyond my wildest dreams. It's hard to believe I had major surgery three days ago.
By Stefanie O'Connell, Contributor Millennials, who range in age from early twenties to mid-thirties...
In her landmark book Learning to Breathe Fire: The Rise of CrossFit and the Primal Future of Fitness, former New York Times columnist J. C. Herz notes that Gold's Gym has statistically identified February 7 as the "Fitness Cliff," when checks in at the gym take a steep drop.
It's no secret that Americans disagree on their views about universal healthcare. Yet the divisiveness isn't about a lack of empathy for our fellow man. It's about a lack of clarity. There is no consensus about what services a universal healthcare program would cover, or how such a program would be funded.
By Elyssa Kirkham, Finance Writer Health insurance costs are up for 2016. Monthly premiums for the most popular p...
The winner of the Most Disappointing Democrat Of The Week award was none other than Chelsea Clinton. There's a word for what she is doing, and it is called "fearmongering."
Breathing shouldn't be your biggest expense. Yet, choosing an affordable health plan can be difficult, especially when you have a high-cost chronic disease like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
We're living in a society of rising disease prevalence, unsustainable health care costs and the near-certainty that health care, as a public policy issue, will continue to be contentious in Washington and on the campaign trail. In 2016, it's time to change our collective attitude.
I don't expect my wife or my 13-year-old daughter to know the ID number for our family's current health insurance plan, but I was stunned to learn lat...
There are many Medicare patients with OSA. The current guidelines for administering CPAP and CPAP supplies are hindering care by causing delays, denying care for some affected individuals, and driving a wedge between physicians and their patients.
They should have called Obamacare the Healthcare Confusion Act. The real scandal of healthcare reform is that you have no idea what you're buying, whether it covers you for what you will need, or how much it's really going to cost.
Like a resolution that has little hope of being achieved, these political gambits will look wrong for the country and foolish in hindsight. I only hope my colleagues choose to spend the rest of 2016 more productively. The American people need their business done, and a year would be a terrible thing to waste.
It's the Uber-ization of life, and a growing cadre of patients-cum-health consumers are calling for more convenient, accessible, and lower-cost health care solutions.
As New Year's Eve approaches, I hear more people making resolutions about their gym memberships and careers than about handling their money in the com...
Early this year President Obama spoke before the Cleveland Club. After the speech 7th grader Alura Winfrey inquired, "If you could go back to the first day of your first term what advice would you give yourself?" Obama reflected for a moment and then blithely explained he would have worked harder to sell his economic policies.
Michael Moore is known as a documentary filmmaker, and there's no doubt his films strike a populist chord, the result being enormous grosses for a limited audience art form. However, he has a tendency to go beyond the "point of view" aspect of documentary filmmaking which most such filmmakers undertake and in his latest work, Where to Invade Next, he has, for me, gone too far.