The HCP’s upset over a shaggy dog story
By Jud Snyder
THE HINEBAUGH CREEK Philosopher was morosely stirring his coffee when I joined him, bringing my own coffee and a couple crumb cakes.
“I got two, just in case,” and opened yesterday’s SF... Read More
One gratuitous sentence and the public health?
By Thomas D. Elias
Imagine a California where polio becomes a threat to children’s health again, as it was before the 1950s, when first the Salk vaccine and later the even more effective Sabin formula threw this dreaded and... Read More