Health

WAY BACK WHEN

One of the hardest parts of getting older being unable to do the stuff you used to do. This might not sound like a big deal. After all, if you were athletic, those abilities will typically pass, sometimes, quite early…. Read More ›

WE ARE ALL SURVIVORS

In 2010, I discovered I had cancer in both breasts. Two unrelated tumors making me twice lucky. They removed the tumors and the associated breasts, gave me very attractive replacements which are perkier than the old ones in an artificial… Read More ›

A DAY OF RECKONING

I’ve been fighting to get MassAdvantage to work with us rather than against us. We are their customers, people who use their doctors and hospital who they enlisted in this plan. This isn’t a national or even regional plan. It’s… Read More ›