Nuestra Salud / Our Health

amartinez9's picture
Thursday, October 9, 2014 - 2:23pm

Al final de cada tormenta, siempre hay un arco iris. Y para Nereida Belloso Ocha, su arco iris colorido es nada menos que el regalo de poder abrazar a sus bellas y saludables pequeñitas Daleyza y Dalary.


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jtaylor's picture
Friday, August 24, 2007 - 12:27pm

The question's not that difficult, and the answer is simple. Simply painful.


At some presidential or gubernatorial debate this needs to be asked: "If you've got a plan to provide health insurance coverage to most everybody, what's your plan to ensure there are enough doctors and hospital beds to treat most everybody?"


Unless I've been watching too many "Got milk?" commercials, the only possible answer is -- we can ensure coverage, but we can't guarantee access to care.


jtaylor's picture
Tuesday, August 21, 2007 - 12:57pm

I don't know what you do when you dislocate your kneecap, but I apparently try to interview everyone up until the time a good doctor taps Humpty-Dumpty back together.


I was enjoying the surprise of hammering drives straight and 210 yards when one John Daly-like weight shift too many splayed me onto Hank Swank's driving range with the lateral side of my left knee looking like a cockeyed stack of poker chips. The chatter started (right after the first shout).


jtaylor's picture
Thursday, August 16, 2007 - 1:13pm

I've crunched a few sprinkler heads and nearly torn a driver's side door off its hinges while, presumably, carefully backing up my car.  The experiences left me irritated with myself, and a few hundred dollars poorer.


jtaylor's picture
Monday, August 13, 2007 - 6:27pm

Everyone smokes -- dawn till dusk -- around kids, while pregnant, even the gynecologist smokes while performing internals.


And, when the man of the house gets home late from drinking too many Manhattans in a dark-paneled steakhouse, the little woman chirps: There's a bacon and egg sandwich on the range.


Such period atmospherics are part and parcel of the 13-episode AMC TV series "Mad Men," named after the Madison Avenue ad executives, who treated ethics, health and women as doormats.


jtaylor's picture
Wednesday, August 8, 2007 - 8:36am

This is about perfume, antifreeze and the Food and Drug Administration. It's about the perception of safety, who establishes that perception and, of course, reality.


I always thought that melamine was something used to make heat-resistant plates and nice countertops. But it's also a protein-additive/contaminant used by China to enhance pet food, resulting in untold numbers of animal deaths this year.