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Healthcare Gets More Social
Healthcare / Technology

Healthcare Gets More Social

Traditionally, healthcare was restricted only to highly trained individuals and researchers who worked on their own or with other specialists. Today, however, social media and smartphones are allowing the general population to get more involved with the healthcare industry. Listed below are some interesting examples of how this phenomenon, called crowdsourcing, is improving patient diagnosis, … Continue reading

Expanding Opportunity in America: A Proposed Initiative by Rep. Paul Ryan
America / Politics

Expanding Opportunity in America: A Proposed Initiative by Rep. Paul Ryan

On July 24, Representative Paul Ryan spoke at the American Enterprise Institute and began a discussion on poverty and opportunity in the U.S. His discussion draft provides an innovative way to reorganize the safety net while remaining deficit neutral. This comprehensive package of policies will not only appeal to members from both sides of the … Continue reading

Electronic Cigarettes – Therapeutic Device or All Smoke, No Substance?
America / Healthcare / Regulation

Electronic Cigarettes – Therapeutic Device or All Smoke, No Substance?

Over the past five years, electronic cigarettes – devices that electronically vaporize a refillable, inhalable nicotine-laced liquid – have exploded into a $1.5 billion industry with over 4 million users. Although this is a small portion of the tobacco market, Bloomberg Industries projects that e-cigarettes may surpass traditional tobacco product sales by as early as … Continue reading