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One day a year, we should honor those workers who do ordinary jobs extremely well

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I continue to be disappointed by the incompleteness of the discussion of issues in the national health care debate.

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In the last few weeks I have found myself on the campuses of many colleges and universities.

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This past week, I spent a lot of time driving in various parts of the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states. I hit horrific traffic problems, which is not surprising to anyone who has spent time in areas like Boston, New York, or Philadelphia.

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The more I have studied the issue of obesity, the more convinced I am that one of the highest leverage points in attacking the problem is getting agricultural food subsidies changed.

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Recently, the Partnership for Prevention, an organization that is trying to promote prevention and wellness as key health care strategies, issued a report entitled A National Profile on Use, Disparities, and Health Benefits.

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One of my commitments to readers of this blog is to “see a different game.”  At times, that involves linking seemingly unrelated events and experiences.

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I just attended the annual conference of the National Urban League in St. Louis. I have been on the NUL Board for 10 years, and just completed a nearly five-year stint as its Chairman.

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Observations About Transportation
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Like everyone else traveling in the Northeast corridor or in any other big city around the country, I experience unexpected and long delays because of traffic congestion. 

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Employer-Based Health Plans
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I am often asked about how we can be such passionate advocates for employer-based health plans, and, in particular, how we can actually operate in-house clinics with staff physicians.

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