I’ll Believe This When I See It, and Other News

October 21, 2011
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Obama administration announces regulatory reductions to save the health care system nearly $1.1 billion. But is this for real?

Ron Paul saves $1 trillion in federal spending.

Emergency room visits in the U.S. rose nearly 13 million in 2009 — about 10 percent: That’s more than one visit for every three people in the country.

Obama administration announces regulatory reductions to save the health care system nearly $1.1 billion. But is this for real?

Ron Paul saves $1 trillion in federal spending.

Emergency room visits in the U.S. rose nearly 13 million in 2009 — about 10 percent: That’s more than one visit for every three people in the country.

Hospitals stays for heart failure fall 30 percent during decade. But deaths within a year of leaving the hospital fall only slightly.

Suprachiasmatic nucleus: It determines how well you respond to jet lag.

Senate votes for unlimited potatoes in schools.

   

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