Archive for July 2003

Letter To Tommy Thompson

The Honorable Tommy Thompson ,Secretary, Department of Health and Human Services “Dear Tommy:I really appreciated having the opportunity to present you as our honored guest Tuesday night at the 60 Plus Association’s 10th Anniversary dinner where we had an overflow crowd of 252 attendees; our goal was for 200.”

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Imported Prescription Drugs Pose Potential Health Hazard

Given the litigious society we live in, Americans in recent years have become all too familiar with the various warnings we receive everyday. “Handle with care,” “keep out of reach of children,” and “don’t try this at home” have entered our lexicon. Sadly we may soon be seeing another warning label that reads “This medication may be hazardous to your health” on packages of prescription drugs.

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According To The American Hospital Association, 126,000 Nursing Jobs Are Vacant At American Hospitals Right Now

Given the litigious society we live in, Americans in recent years have become all too familiar with the various warnings we receive everyday. “Handle with care,” “keep out of reach of children,” and “don’t try this at home” have entered our lexicon.

Sadly we may soon be seeing another warning label that reads “This medication may be hazardous to your health” on packages of prescription drugs.

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Rights Wronged…Whose Life Is It, Anyway?

“As a kid growing up, I remember touch football games in the street…and nobody I knew was ever hit by a car. I recall playing atop heaps of landfill at what was then called the city dump…and none of us was ever sicker than the average child. I used to routinely ride perilously perched atop the handlebars of my uncle’s bicycle through the streets of Philadelphia. I hopped my fair share of moving trains…” recalls Ed Fulginiti, Communications Director of The 60 Plus Association

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