More and more companies say they’ll cover abortion travel costs for their employees. While this policy is being applauded, it is little more than a band aid on an open wound.Continue reading
After 50 years of debate, the conversation around abortion collapsed down to a woman’s right to choose. Not a person’s right to access healthcare — to have access to a particular healthcare procedure, one that could save that person’s life.
Due process and a fundamental right to privacy got pushed aside as individualism was put at the center. The fundamental human right to healthcare came into question.Continue reading
Court orders don’t end pandemics. But one federal judge’s action shows how government actions can affect SDOH (social determinant of health).Continue reading
Woke up this morning to the news that there was a riot in Minneapolis last night…again. And in LA, Denver, Chicago, NYC, and Louisville. Seven people got shot in Louisville. Seven.Continue reading
A recent talk by Michelle Obama got me thinking about diabetes advocacyContinue reading
Sometimes diabetes patient advocacy looks like this.Continue reading