Correctional facilities are responsible for providing health services to people who are jailed, but that doesn’t mean that prisoners don’t face financial charges for care. In most states they may be on the hook for copayments ranging from a few dollars to as much as $100 for medical care, according to a recent study

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We must protect children from the rare disturbed parent. But medical child abuse, as it has been understood, is far too big and blunt an instrument to accomplish this purpose. It has harmed too many genuinely sick kids, and made life hell for too many loving parents. It is time to end the medical abuse panic

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The Making of Dr. Oz

April 16, 2015

How an award-winning doctor turned away from science and embraced fame

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Experts have been speaking out this week against US govt-sanctioned force-feeding of prisoners on hunger strikes at Guantanamo Bay Prison and elsewhere. Berman Institute faculty members have joined the call

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