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There is no one-size-fits-all solution for wellness. Humans come in all shapes and sizes, which means singular policy prescriptions often fail to improve the health of Americans. In fact, government intervention often makes it harder for individuals to find a healthy path. The government’s track record on wellness is abysmal: Restrictions, bans, and taxes on particular products often have unintended consequences. Worse, they are often based on poor or misinterpreted science. Government should get out of the wellness business for the benefit of the American public.
Wellness

Valuing Women to Reduce Unwanted Pregnancies

May Mailman | Op-Ed
Wellness

Youth Vaping is Down, Youth Overdoses Are Up and Parents Ought to Know

Lindsey Stroud | Blog
Wellness

No, Let’s Not Get Sterilized

Madeleine Kearns | Op-Ed
Wellness

Teen Who Fought NYPD Officer Released Hours After Arrest

Dr. Nan Hayworth | TV
Wellness

Lawsuits Blame Instagram for Disorders

May Mailman | TV
Wellness

Deregulating telehealth means greater healthcare accessibility for underprivileged Americans

Emma Wilenta | Blog
Wellness

Dr. Charmaine Yoest

Wellness

Dr. Louann Brizendine: How the Female Brain Improves with Age

Beverly Hallberg & Dr. Louann Brizendine | She Thinks Podcast
Wellness

This summer, sunscreen is still essential

Emma Wilenta | Blog
Wellness

FACT CHECK: Are State Efforts to Protect Emotionally Vulnerable Youth Really Threatening Basic Personal Safety?

Ginny Gentles | Unicorn Fact Check
Wellness

New Study, Experts Debunk Trans Activists’ Child Suicide Claims in Puberty Blocker Debate

Ginny Gentles | Featured in
Wellness

The science behind gender ideology is bunk

Kaylee McGhee White | Op-Ed

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