DETROIT (WXYZ) - Sighle Kinney is fuming after her 14-year-old daughter was given four shots by the school nurse at Marcus Garvey Academy without her permission.
The daughter says she was called out of class by the school nurse back on January 30th and sent to the school’s clinic, which is operated by St. John’s medical.Read more »
From the time the law known as Obamacare was introduced in 2009, there has been some debate over the federal mandate that individuals must own a health insurance policy that has federal approval. More recently the debate has centered around a provision mandating employers not only provide health insurance for their employees, but that employers must provide health insurance that covers contraception and abortifacient coverage. However, like almost all debates in this country, only two sides being discussed.Read more »
After a stroke, a man wants the right to die. Do you feel this should be allowed? How much should it cost? Should it be limited to the terminally ill? What is your opinion? Read more here:Read more »
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Federal law requires that reimbursement rates be adjusted annually based on a formula tied to the health of the economy. That law says rates should be cut every year to keep Medicare financially sound.Read more »
The Food and Drug Administration is working to put an end to a California' man's free sperm donation operation. Trent Arsenault, who has provided more than 350 donations and fathered 14 children through them, tells KNTV's Traci Grant he's just "helping people in need."Read more »
Patient-based funding breathes new life into hospitalsRead more »
How Obese is Obese Enough to Take a Child from Their Home?Read more »
State-ordered sterilizations targeted at young girls and blacks, were done out without consent and consent.Read more »
In the paper published Monday in the Archives of Internal Medicine, researcher Lone Simonsen of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and colleagues report that though immunization rates in people over 65 have increased 50% in the past 20 years, there has not been a corresponding decline in flu-related deaths.Read more »
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