Monthly Archives: July 2012

CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS OF THE MENTALLY ILL VS THE RIGHTS OF SOCIETY:

Case study: Several years ago, Luca Magnotta was found to have a mental illness while residing in Toronto. He was advised to take medications. He chose not to take them. He will likely be convicted of killing a young Montreal … Continue reading

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PAUL PITCHFORD AT THE INSTITUTE OF TRADITIONAL MEDICINE IN TORONTO:

Paul Pitchford is a legend in traditional Chinese medicine. He is one of the few teachers whose training is pre-revolutionary. His 700 page book “Healing With Whole Foods” has sold over 500,000 copies. He practices what he preaches. He has … Continue reading

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IMPROVING HEALTH SYSTEM QUALITY + EFFICIENCY WHILE CUTTING COSTS AT THE SAME TIME:

The native owned Southcentral foundation in Anchorage Alaska is responsible for the care for 55,000 enrollees. The foundation has an annual budget of $200M. It owns and manages a small hospital and has built a modern campus of outpatient clinics. … Continue reading

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TRAVEL HEALTH INSURANCE BUYERS BE AWARE!

Travel health insurance is a necessity. Don’t leave home without it. However, there are surprises in store if you need to use it to pay for medical services. Here’s a case study that illustrates the point. CASE STUDY: Sue is … Continue reading

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