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  • Who is looking out for us?

    Did you catch the Republican/Tea Party Presidential debate? It seems that the Tea Party movement has a vision for the United States — we should set as our goal the ruinous policies that led to the Great Depression. Herbert Hoover believed firmly that government should stay out of the way of business, and that there should be no government regulation of business or of investment policies, even as America sank to the depths of the Depression. Government could offer no solutions for reversing the 25% unemployment rate of the early 1930s. Sound familiar?
  • Verdugo Hills physicians ask officials to wait on merger

    Verdugo Hills physicians ask officials to wait on merger
    With Verdugo Hills Hospital executives considering a merger with a larger healthcare provider, some physicians at the facility say the hospital would serve area residents best by staying independent. Michael Klein, an internist at Verdugo Hills, said...

    Adding up the cost of health in Glendale

    Adding up the cost of health in Glendale
    One Tuesday a month, Stephen Houlemard gets a ride to the Glendale Free Clinic, located on the second floor of the First United Methodist Church of Glendale, from a friend. Houlemard, a Temple City resident, comes to the clinic to monitor the diseases...

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care

    Ahead of federal healthcare overhaul, local hospitals look to primary care
    As the new year begins, local healthcare providers are preparing for a potential flood of patients who previously didn’t have access to insurance, but who will now be covered as the federal Affordable Care Act takes effect. More primary care...

    A Word, Please: Sorting out news style and book style

    I don't usually comment on online articles or websites. Partly, it's because of the company that would put me in. Not that I think every online commenter is crazy. On the contrary, I'm sure there are several who could pass a mental competency test....