Health

Advice with Spyce: Getting What You Want and Getting What You Need
January 8, 2020 No Commentby

Advice with Spyce: Getting What You Want and Getting What You Need

Dear Spyce, My girlfriend and I have been together for a few years now and are really into each other. ...

The Art of Ritual: Applying habits to our daily life
January 8, 2020 No Commentby

The Art of Ritual: Applying habits to our daily life

When it comes to habits and the way they affect our health, there are two kinds – bad habits and ...

The State of Health Insurance in Rhode Island: How to get yourself insured in a gig economy
December 31, 2019 No Commentby

The State of Health Insurance in Rhode Island: How to get yourself insured in a gig economy

Rhode Island did health insurance right in 2019, but in 2020 it’s going to need fine-tuning. According to Megan Hall, ...

AltHealth: CDC's Latest Outbreaking News
July 17, 2019 No Commentby

AltHealth: CDC’s Latest Outbreaking News

I like to check out the CDC.gov website at least every other week to catch the latest Vital Signs and ...

News Analysis: What Happens if <i>Roe v. Wade</i> is Overturned?
February 20, 2019 No Commentby

News Analysis: What Happens if Roe v. Wade is Overturned?

Currently, the right to abortion is protected under landmark US Supreme Court decisions, Roe v. Wade (and its lesser-known companion ...

Love Styles: Why romance goes wrong
February 6, 2019 No Commentby

Love Styles: Why romance goes wrong

It’s not surprising that academic researchers have tried to define and even quantify love, but it is somewhat surprising that ...

News Analysis: Is Cancer a Disease of Economics?
January 29, 2019 No Commentby

News Analysis: Is Cancer a Disease of Economics?

Still the second leading cause of death in the United States, cancer is evolving to become a disease of socio-economic ...

Mental Health Parity: Local organizations help patients bear the burden of enforcing the law
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

Mental Health Parity: Local organizations help patients bear the burden of enforcing the law

Since 2008, federal law has required “parity” for most health insurance coverage of mental illness (including substance abuse) on the ...

Not Only the Good Die Young
January 16, 2019 No Commentby

Not Only the Good Die Young

Life expectancy is not supposed to decline in wealthy First World countries. As I wrote two years ago reporting that ...

Family Separation: A Need for “Common Sense and a Heart”
July 4, 2018 No Commentby

Family Separation: A Need for “Common Sense and a Heart”

My friend of some years asked to remain anonymous as she explains the dangers of the federal government policy of ...