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Now They Tell Us: Pro-Obama-Care Study By 'Wonderful' Group Now Seen As Dangerously Faulty By NYT

A study advocating cost-cutting of "wasteful" health-care spending, hailed by New York Times reporters for over two years, is revealed as grievously flawed: "The mistaken belief that the Dartmouth ...

Now They Tell Us: Obama-Care Cost-Cutting Study From Formerly 'Wonderful' Group Now Seen As Dangerously Faulty

A study advocating cost-cutting of "wasteful" health-care spending, hailed by Times reporters for two years, is revealed as grievously flawed: "The mistaken belief that the Dartmouth research ...

Surprise: NYT Discovers Spending Money on Frail Elderly Not Always Useless

After months of Times stories pushing the need for limits on end-of-life care in the name of universal health care, reporter Reed Abelson looks at the other side and makes a shocking discovery: ...

A Tale of Two States: Socialist Hawaii vs. Conservative Utah on Health

Times reporters embrace Hawaii's socialist universal health scheme ("Lawmakers working on a national health care fix have much to learn from the past 35 years in Hawaii") but dislike Utah's ...

Single-Payer Group's "45,000 Deaths" Claim Disguised as From "Harvard" Study

Reporter Reed Abelson claimed: "Researchers from Harvard Medical School say the lack of coverage can be tied to about 45,000 deaths a year in the United States - a toll that is greater than the ...

The Times' War Against Health Care?

Tuesday's front page features the fourth front-page story arguing for limiting health care choices in the name of cost savings.

The NYT Wants to Put "Wasteful" Health-Care Choices to Sleep

The Times, a supporter of universal health care, wonders if "wasteful" medicines and "expensive" new medical procedures are worth "a few months" - or even five years - of extra life.

Even When Bowing to Liberal Pressure, "Stingy" Wal-Mart Can't Win

The lead sentence in a story praising Wal-Mart for submitting to liberal pressure and expanding health care: "For much of the last decade, the retailing behemoth Wal-Mart stores has been ...
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