Obese Children Likely to Die Prematurely, Where the Happiest People Live, and the Bear Market in Mutant Snakes

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  1. Devon Herrick says:

    The number of medical schools (and slots to train physicians) is expanding for the first time in years. The reason most often given for limited capacity was the number of instructors willing to teach in the schools could not be expanded (generally because physicians earn more practicing than teaching). The schools that are now opening apparently figured out offering higher pay would increase the supply of physicians willing to teach at a medical school (no need to hire an expensive consulting firm, I would have told them that for free). Now universities need to expand the slots for training registered nurses.

  2. Virginia says:

    I’m sorry… but mutant snakes. I wouldn’t pay any money for any snake. The only thing these genetic mutations might do is make it easier to spot the buggers.

  3. Vicki says:

    I agree with Virginia. Would not pay any money for the snake.

  4. Nancy says:

    I’m not surprised that we are training a lot more lawyers than doctors. The lawyers virtually own the Congress, and many state legislatures as well.

    That says something about our country’s priorities.