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We hope you manage to keep up with all of our stories, but we know you’re busy and may miss a few. That’s where Tincture Takes comes in. .

As a bonus, we also highlight a few non-Tincture stories that founder Jordan Shlain and editor Kim Bellard thought you should also see.

Let us know what you think! Email kim@tincture.io

Tincture Takeaways

Things to be thinking about, from Cynthia Meyer: 5 Current Trends in Healthcare

Talk about adding insult to injury. Danny van Leeuwen points out the issues of adding illness to illness. People with Chronic Illness Get Sick Too

Perhaps someday the United States will get to universal health care. But Peter Forte reminds us, that’s not enough. Why Universal Health Coverage alone is not enough

Look it up. Tweet it. Share it on Facebook. From Cynthia Meyer, health care is jumping into social media. Social Life of Health Information.

We miss our own typos. And, Kim Bellard says, problems with our health. We Are Our Own Typos.

Robots? Jobs going overseas? Inflation? Nope, workers are most worried about health care. Jane Sarasohn-Kahn explains in U.S. Workers Say Health Care Is the Most Critical Issue Facing the Nation

If we want to fertilize new ideas in health care, we need to improve our collaboration, according to Steven Merahn, MD Turf Ways and Healthcare’s ‘Rare Orchid’ Problem

Jordan’s Takeaways

They killed Tony the Tiger! Obesity crushed him. @Eat_REAL_Cert In Sweeping War on Obesity, Chile Slays Tony the Tiger

We now have a humane society for humans — Center for Humane Technology Early Facebook and Google Employees Form Coalition to Fight What They Built

Kim’s Takeaways

Seriously, enough with the faxing. Fax machines are still common in medicine

This could soon be each of us. The Man Who Saw Inside Himself

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