Posts Tagged ‘vaccines’

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    Human Capital: Electricity Matters

    May 30, 13 • 239 Views • No Comments

    After Hurricane Sandy struck my NJ area, a physician friend told me that, with no refrigeration, her vaccine supply spoiled. Imagine her temporary problem as a permanent condition in the developing world. Lack of dependable electricity affects vaccines and...  [read more]

  • Sometimes Flying Costs More Than Money

    Jul 14, 12 • 248 Views • No Comments

    What to do when you’ve paid extra for an aisle seat and a person asks you to switch with his wife so that they can sit next to each other? Do you say yes or endure his irritation through the entire flight? Watching, an economist might have cited a negative...  [read more]

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    Vaccine Dilemmas

    Jul 22, 11 • 237 Views • No Comments

    Let’s try to make one federal budget decision. Who should receive the meningococcal vaccine? Debating the issue, we should be sure to remember pharmaceutical companies, the vaccine’s recipients, the cost of each shot, who gets the disease, the...  [read more]