Catholic leaders in Scotland recently joined their Presbyterian Church of Scotland counterparts in advocacy for fair pay for workers in this increasingly essential sector of health care givers for the elderly.
In his debut book, 'The People’s Hospital: Hope and Peril in American Medicine,' Ricardo Nuila presents the conflict between the profit motive of health care and the art of medicine by describing the hospitals that work for people and the hospitals that do not.
Former President George W. Bush called for the reauthorization of PEPFAR, the AIDS relief program, calling the program “sufficiently pro-life,” despite claims to the contrary from some pro-life advocates.
It was touted as a sedative with no hangover. It was hailed as non-addictive. It was rumored to present no side effects. It was trumpeted in medical journal ads as “astonishingly safe” and “completely non-poisonous.”