The nation’s health care tab is sky-high. Marshall Allen began tracking down the reasons. First stop: A look at all the perfectly good stuff hospitals throw away.
It’s still possible to seek diversity, even for white guys in corporate America. Jack Botam writes.
In the drug war, drug courts offer just another example of failure of criminal industrial complex. Christine Mehta writes.
Community means looking out for all neighbors and members, not just those who look like you. Tracy Matsue Loeffelholz writes.
Slipping in the shower, tripping down the stairs, taking a tumble in the supermarket – falls kill over 420,000 people per year and hospitalise millions more. We can’t eliminate all falls, says Neil Steinberg. So we must learn to fall better.
“Self-defense” in America safeguards the privileges of white men as possessors of property, arbiters of sexual access, and inflictors of violence. Patrick Blanchfield writes.