Category Archives: Healthcare

Equality, Education, and Healthcare for all is the answer

Years ago, in a high school history class, Mr. Grodhaus told us of a tradition in the United States, that of undervaluing education. For the life of me, I cannot recall the roots of that but it had something to … Continue reading

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Phlebotomy Day

Last year, we had flowers like this at this time. No one likes to have a blood test. Having someone put an elastic band around your arm, probing for a good vein, pricking it and removing blood, that is just … Continue reading

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On attempting to be ‘organic’

In so many ways, it is time that the United States gets its act together and aligns itself with real world progress. There are so many areas in which we could become much more civilized and do what so many … Continue reading

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Blood Day!

There is nothing more fun than having to have a blood test in the early morning. I had been putting it off for days now, and finally got around to it. I had just seen another doctor for routine stuff … Continue reading

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Sick!

I am almost physically sick as I ponder the election process, what we went through, and where we are today. I think of the eight years of what I deem to be good leadership on the part of our President … Continue reading

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