U.S. Bishops Urge Caution On Republican-Backed Healthcare Bill

The United States bishops are urging caution on the proposed Graham-Cassidy healthcare bill that is currently scheduled for a Senate vote next week. Four bishops from pro-life, migration, religious liberty, and justice and human development committees sent on a letter on Thursday rejecting the partisan bill and its rushed timeline.

US Bishops Speak Out on Climate Pact and Health Care

The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops are speaking out on President Donald Trump’s decision “not to honor the U.S. commitment” to the Paris climate and the U.S. Senate’s “grave obligation” to make sure their health care reform bill respects life, provides adequate health care and is “truly affordable.”

Catholic Leaders Study Health Care Proposals

Calling health care “a vital concern for nearly every person in the country,” the U.S. Catholic bishops said they will be reviewing closely a measure introduced in the House to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act.

Boomers and Beyond – Fall 2016

The Tablet is pleased to present this guide for Baby Boomers in partnership with local providers of health care, travel and leisure, legal and financial services. We hope this guide helps your planning for a healthy, prosperous future.

Health Care Still an Issue for Electorate

Health care got plenty of attention during previous presidential election campaigns, but this time around it is almost like a kid craning to see what is going on while other issues take the front seat.

Dr. Steven Garner

Sleepless Nights Mean Increased Stroke Risk

Dear Dr. Garner, I know that in previous columns you suggested getting eight hours of sleep per night was best. However, it’s just impossible for me. I have three children, ages 10, eight and seven, who need constant help with homework and all the other things that young children need.

Fr. Tadeusz Pacholczyk

Hastening Death by VSED Is Suicide

MORE THAN 20 years ago, Dr. David Eddy, writing in the Journal of the American Medical Association, described how his mother, though not suffering from a terminal illness, chose to end her life through voluntarily stopping eating and drinking (VSED).