Veteran’s Tragic Suicide Note Leaves CNN Host Speechless, Forgive Me This Is Tough

Veteran’s Tragic Suicide Note Leaves CNN Host Speechless, Forgive Me This Is Tough

http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2014/05/31/veterans-tragic-suicide-note-leaves-cnn-host-speechless-forgive-me-this-is-tough/

*Yet, I get condemned for stating the obvious. No one should EVER have to feel this way and I agree, the medical community is afraid to treat thanks to the DEA’s fear tactics. I’ve had two of my treating physicians paid visits by them for barely prescribing pain medicine to migraine and pain patients. How is it wrong to give a patient 5 pills because she’s moving to a new state and you don’t want her to end up in the Emergency Room? It is wrong to be a doctor and NOT be able to treat your patients as you see fit. After medical school and completing your residency, you’re licensed to be able to prescribe medication and, most importantly, help people. If you’re being crippled by the government, you might as well NOT go into such immense debt to become a physician.*

Israeli Invention May Spare Visit To Doctor…

Israeli Invention May Spare Visit To Doctor…

http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4443648,00.html?sm=Blog&s_src=FB&s_subsrc=NEX1312XXEXXX

Ever since I first heard about this invention earlier in the year, I was quite fascinated by the prospect of it. Factoring in that a standard doctor’s appointment, without insurance, is about $150-$175 in my area, I think this is worth it. Especially for those of us that find it hard to physically get to a doctor’s office due to pain, not to mention the exhaustion and weakness that often accompanies it, or have to commute more than five minutes to a primary care doctor. Some of my doctors are more than an hour away, so this would make a huge difference for me when it pertains to certain things. Anyone else think this is interesting?

I believe the article credit goes to United With Israel.