The news is full of stories of people in a mental health crisis ending up dead at the hands of people who were called to help. That’s why what happened in Fargo on Thursday night is a game changer. Read more →
Since the Affordable Care Act was passed in the Obama administration, the woes of insurance companies and premium-paying customers have always been front-page news as the shock-to-the-system health care law gets implemented.
But what’s this? The non-profit insurance companies in Minnesota have made a ton of money in the last year. Read more →
‘We have one kid who destroyed the family car because he thought his parents had locked his device inside. He took a hammer to the windshield,’ Michael Rich, a pediatrician and director of the Clinic for Interactive Media and Internet Disorders at Boston Children’s Hospital. Read more →
hen an anchorperson is pregnant, it becomes not only an ongoing news story, it can be a marketing opportunity for the station. Brooke Martin’s journey, however was a gut-wrenching story that may save other children. Read more →
It was a puzzling moment for me a few years ago at Mayo Clinic when I walked into a waiting room, only to see Fox News on the TV. You either love the channel or hate it — just like MSNBC — but it’s inarguable that businesses who insist on a channel for political partisans risk alienating customers who are not of that faith. Businesses taking sides seems bad for business. Read more →