One thing’s for sure: E-cigarettes are big business, and growing, especially among kids. But what should we do about it?
Wyoming’s legislative leaders say they want to modernize the state’s tax system and generate new revenues for local governments and public schools.
When the Wyoming Department of Health cut the number of contractors who can administer the state's Prevention Enhancement Grant, Greg Kearney wasn't the only one who saw an opening.
A major shake-up is coming in how a federal grant to help prevent suicide and the use of alcohol and tobacco will be administered in Wyoming. Some critics say it will result in significant layoffs at community-level organizations, and it could diminish some one-on-one prevention services. The change has also raised questions about the bidding process that awarded a contract for health services.
Here in the USA, we worry about boomers placing massive demands on Social Security and Medicare. Ten thousand Boomers per day will retire, for the next 19 years. Starting NOW!! That is 3.6 million retirees per year, times 19. Those soldiers were very happy to come home in the 1950s. However, many of them are obese. Obesity may do here what smoking will do in China; thin out the retirees.