Tag Archives: religion and health

Balkanizing America

Given that the market for health insurance has long since ceased to be a truly free market, this seems broadly sensible and I’d guess it will save money: Virtually all health insurance plans could soon be required to offer female … Continue reading

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Infant mortality, here and elsewhere

If you’re a baby, you’ve got a greater chance of surviving into your toddler years if you’re born in godless Europe and other less zealous Western and Asian nations than in religious America.   Premature births, often brought on by drinking, … Continue reading

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