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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

Between the Promise and the Practice of VA Care

Rebecca Burgess | Op-Ed
Wellness

Virginia’s Mask Freedom Legislative Victory

Ginny Gentles | Blog
Wellness

The Truth Behind the Body Positivity Movement

Carrie Sheffield | Featured in
Wellness

New Study Shows Inefficacy of COVID-19 Lockdowns

Kaylee McGhee White | Blog
Wellness

DPS mask mandate harms our kids

Hadley Heath Manning | Op-Ed
Wellness

COVID Lockdowns Hurt Our Health, Let’s Take It Back

Mary Vought | Blog
Wellness

Fairfax County Public Schools Should Let Kids Ditch the Masks

Carrie Lukas | Op-Ed
Wellness

Supreme Court Deems OSHA Vaccine Mandate Unlawful, and Rightly So

May Mailman | Blog
Wellness

Justice Sotomayor Gets Four Pinocchios For Statement Made During Oral Argument

Policy Staff | Blog
Wellness

Is our addiction to pleasure destroying us?

Naomi Schaefer Riley | Op-Ed
Wellness

#IWFReads November Author Chat with Abigail Tucker

Hadley Heath Manning | Event
Wellness

Archaic Title X spending harms women and the birth rate

Abigail Nobel | Op-Ed

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