While one can be happy for mom, this, somehow, just doesn't seem fair.
Right to Try legislation permits patients fighting a terminal illness to get access to not-yet-FDA-approved drugs. Thirty-one states have passed Right to Try legislation with massive shows of support but so far these laws are untested by the courts so it’s not clear whether they are anything but expressive. The massive support for Right to Try laws, however, suggests that there is demand for a better FDA asBartley Madden writes . . .
I have no idea why conservatives don't make cutting back the FDA drastically a campaign issue. Seems like a big winner to me.
Another post (video) by Alex Tabarrok that I enjoyed: "The World’s Biggest A#$#Hole".
"Mother who suffered with severe migraines for 25 YEARS finally gets her life back - after cutting just TWO ingredients from her diet".
Some people apparently will be shocked--just shocked--to learn this:
"If someone is supposed to sit there, psychologically they will be grumpy," she said. "They will not want to engage. This is what we do as human beings -- we resist control."
Pro tip: if your worldview results in you being hugely surprised by the world nearly every damn day, there's something wrong with it.
Having three older sisters can be tough.
"College Senior hits her first ever home run but tears her ACL rounding 1st. Rules don't allow her teammates to help her around the bases w/out being called out, so the opposing team does."
"The challenge is remembering that the next time your toddler intentionally throws a plastic fire truck at your infant's head after they both refused to nap all day and you just realized there's no food in the house for dinner. Man, these are the days."
'A sheepdog can go all day and cover a lot of ground. But it is a mystery how he found his way here.
'We don't know how he was fed or if he hitched a lift.
'But it was incredible when he turned up on a doorstep.'
He added: 'We would love to solve the mystery of how he managed it.'
9.5 minutes that is just very cool.