Another World Cup match. Another bad head injury. And another case of FIFA’s leaders watching—and doing nothing. Early in Sunday’s World Cup final, Germany’s Christoph Kramer slammed his head into the shoulder of Argentina’s Ezequiel Garay. It was
Two years ago tomorrow, the Supreme Court changed the law that changed an industry. The Court’s June 28, 2012, decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act—by the slender margin of a single vote—did more than allow the
An effort under the Affordable Care Act to encourage the health insurance industry to provide higher quality benefits to seniors is rewarding Medicare beneficiaries and the bottom lines of health plans that are achieving high government-backed ratings.
The day that many health policy wonks have been waiting for has come: Obamacare’s first open–enrollment period has officially ended on April 15, 2014. Wasting little time, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has released the last of its
What role should Coca-Cola Coca-Cola and other food and beverage companies play in funding and communicating research about nutrition and obesity? The question is prompted by a recent article in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology. The “state-of-the-art” paper
Agios, a biotechnology company based in Cambridge, Mass., has seemed in some ways a sign of the overexcitement of the recent biotech boom. After all, the company, despite an experienced management team, a July public stock offering
Sell side analysts always find something bullish to say about the market. For investors the watchword is caveat emptor. As an investor, what to think about Japanese stocks now? It should go without saying that Japan’s mainstream