Post Tagged with: "health economics"


Joseph got his gun

    June 25, 2007 at 11:19 am in science

Caught a story through Digg about the ‘Most severly wounded’ soldier. TAMPA, Florida: He lies flat, unseeing eyes fixed on the ceiling, tubes and machines feeding him, breathing for him, keeping him alive. He cannot walk or talk, but he can grimace and cry. And he is fully aware of what has happened to him. Four years ago almost to this day, […]


Neurodiversity? yeah and my asthma is just bronchodiversity

    April 12, 2007 at 9:03 pm in science

The next time I read anyone saying that “autism is not a disorder but simply a different way of being,” and using the stupid label neurodiversity (or worse, the reverse term neurotypical), I’m pointing them to this study: Autism Costs Society An Estimated $3 Million Per Patient, According To Report Each individual with autism accrues about $3.2 million in costs […]