Internet Scandals Costly to Hide, and Other Items

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  1. Bart says:

    Glad to see the male sperm count is OK. The wacko environmentalists had me all nervous.

  2. Kennedy says:

    I had no idea that there was such a thing as an out-of-network ambulance. It doesn’t really surprise me, though.

  3. Devon Herrick says:

    The reason surgery is getting safer is rather interesting. The primary reason is that fewer small, low-volume hospitals are performing the complex surgeries. More of the surgeries are performed at centers of excellence — which is how it should be.

  4. Greg says:

    Of course patient power works. Does anyone still doubt that?

  5. Vicki says:

    If you are a prominent person, I don’t think you can bury a scandal for any amount of money.

  6. Virginia says:

    Tuition: does it work in other states? I wish I didn’t like school as much as I do. This education thing is getting expensive!!

  7. Larry C. says:

    I thought an ambulance was an ambulance. It’s not? When you call 911, how does the dispatcher know what ambulance is in network?

  8. Candace says:

    Once something is out on the internet it is difficult to ever get back, since you don’t know who has seen it and copied it.