Are you afraid of failure? If so, you’re not the only one. Fear of failure prevents many people from taking action, and as a result, reduces their potential success in life.

Hence, Europeans, for whom humanism became a cultural cornerstone, grant each other a kind of deep, fundamental dignity, respect, and gentleness. (No, not every single one, etc, let’s think like grown ups please, OK?) They look at how Americans treat one another and are aghast. To them, it is immoral to be not just so cruel but so indifferent to cruelty, because it violates the morality implied by the…

There’s no anxiety about whether the relationship is going to last or not. It’s never an on and off thing. And you never feel that it’s complicated or uncertain. Instead, there’s a mutual sense of decisiveness, commitment and security.

You may be thinking — wait, you said we eliminate the need for a Lambda, but now you have one doing the post-processing. True! But you may or may not need that step, AND, the key here is that you are avoiding doing potentially time consuming processing during the API call (thus creating a slow/long response time for your API). Furthermore…

Between February and June, an estimated 14.6 million people lost their employee-sponsored health insurance. Elements of Obamacare helped shore up those losses.

A demonstrator holds a sign in front of the Supreme Court in support of the Affordable Care Act in Washington on Nov. 10, 2020.Nicholas Kamm / AFP — Getty Images

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By Phil McCausland

This year, Americans’ access to health care took the spotlight like never before.

Since March, more than 250,000 people and millions more have lost their health insurance in the

During the presidential campaign, both President Donald Trump and President-elect…

Staying healthy in a pandemic means both avoiding infection and shoring up our immune systems

Inmedicine, as in other realms of life, the Covid-19 pandemic continues to unfold as a dark chapter of human history. Physicians have now treated scores of patients with every imaginable permutation of this infection. As unrelenting as this virus is, we have seen infectious disease epidemics before, and we know how to mitigate their spread.

The measures that physicians and public health agencies continue to advocate for — mask-wearing, physical distancing, hand-washing, avoiding large gatherings, and limiting travel — are based on decades of public health outcomes research. And we know they work.

Pamela Sundori

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