As we wait on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision on the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, I find myself focusing on the meaning of full repeal to a limited but growing part of U.S. health care: integrative medicine.
Democrats shouldn't listen to people who are now saying they shouldn't attempt anything else big for a while because health care was such a bruising battle. Wrong. Get drunk on this feeling of not backing down.
More and more cellular antennas are popping up in neighborhoods to support a growing number of cell phone users. We are living in a sea electronic radiation and the health risk to children is getting worse.
I voted yes on Sunday's health care reform bill. It's an historic first step. Historic. But we're not done. The framework for a comprehensive health care system is in place. Now we must finish the job.