- The case for consumer product safety regulation. I’m skeptical. It doesn’t look like OSHA has had much impact on workplace safety.
- Claim: Beijing’s Revenge for the Opium Wars is Mass Murdering Americans with Fentanyl
- Brian Miller on how to reform health care: more competition and less regulation.
- Why can’t we make dishwashers great again?
- Do we “pay twice for drugs,” as AOC claims? No.
Carlos Alvarado Quesada, the former president of Costa Rica, recently participated in a fireside chat at the Harvard School of Public Health. Dean Michelle Williams introduced Alvarado to a small group of faculty and students for the fireside chat. Alvarado guided Costa Rica through the COVID-19 pandemic, which the country was able to weather well due to its strong…
- US is funding “gain of function” research: Scientists at Boston University have created a new and deadlier version of Omicron. But what if not all the mad scientists are on our side?
- New study finds that depressed people are not really “sadder, but wiser.” (NYT)
- US News hospital rankings are going woke.
- Featherbedding in the dialysis clinics; California unions have no shame. (WSJ)
I went to the dentist today. It was just a cleaning and checkup. A dental hygienist cleaned my teeth and the dentist stopped by to check on her work and ask me if I had any questions for him. My dentist has a deal where you pay $200 a year upfront and two cleanings a…