July 15, Steven Zecola
If asked, the leaders of the research organizations working on Parkinson’s disease would say that they have made tremendous progress and are optimistic on finding a cure for the disease. In truth, this viewpoint understates the magnitude of the challenge and results in insufficient resources being devoted to PD. The time is ripe to get everybody on the same page when it comes to the objectives, resources, and timelines for PD research.
July 13, Kim Bellard
Now, it’s not likely that many people think about elevator operators very often, if ever. But when Kim thinks of elevator operators, he thinks of health care. For most of the time we’ve had medicine, we’ve relied on experts, such as physicians, to guide us in our health. The thought that a layman could manage their own health was simply an outrageous thought. It’s no longer such an outrageous thought.
July 12, Mike Magee
Alexander Hamilton said, “In countries where there is great private wealth much may be effected by the voluntary contributions of patriotic individuals, but in a community situated like that of the United States, the public purse must supply the deficiency of private resource. In what can it be so useful as in prompting and improving the efforts of industry?” In this article, Mike takes a Hamiltonian view of America. Americans have had a year and a half to reflect and think about work and life, priorities and the future. Is this the America we want?