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Adam Barsouk

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Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Adam:

U.S. Jews Shouldn't Have To Fear Assault Over The Palestinian Conflict

Israel will continue to defend itself, as is her right. And the proud American Jewish community isn’t backing down either. → Read More

'Medicare for Some' Is Just 'Medicare for All' In Disguise

If Tuesday night’s debate felt like a scene out of .01/19/2020 12:00:05PM EST. → Read More

"Medicare for Some" is Just "Medicare for All" in Disguise

At last night’s debate stage, Democratic “moderates” like Buttigieg and .12/22/2019 9:00:20AM EST. → Read More


I Aced the SAT and Was Accepted to Several Ivy League Schools. Here’s My Advice on How to Succeed

Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither is anyone’s long-term success. And while the human experience cannot be reduced to numbers and rules, here are three pieces of advice that may help you in life's journey. → Read More

At Debate, Dem Candidates Offer A Non-Choice On Healthcare

At last night’s debate, Democratic presidential hopefuls appeared to offer .07/31/2019 18:00:03PM EST. → Read More

How Democrats' 'Medicare For All' Will End Your Health Choices Forever

The presidential contender's proposal goes further toward implementing a reckless single-payer system than anything ever tried around the world. → Read More

Alex Trebek’s Extraordinary Recovery Is Testament to Our Innovative Health Care System

Adam Barsouk: Jeopardy! host Alex Trebek recently announced that his stage IV .06/09/2019 21:59:58PM EST. → Read More

New Zealand mosque murders remind me of massacre at Pittsburgh synagogue I attended

The horrific news of mass murders at two New Zealand mosques Friday that took the lives of 49 people brought back terrible memories of an attack at a house of worship where I have prayed – the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where 11 Jews were shot and killed Oct. 27. → Read More


Why "Medicare for All" Would Mean Quality Care for None

Trying to fix our current mess, wrought by too much government, with single-payer is like trying to put out a fire with gasoline. → Read More

By Invoking Holocaust, Trump Reminds Us What It Means To Be An American

By Invoking Holocaust, Trump Reminds Us What It Means To Be An American - Adam Barsouk: From fighting cancer and AIDS to fixing our broken immigration .02/06/2019 13:52:51PM EST. → Read More

Illegal immigrants jump the line, making legal immigrants wait

Despite political and religious oppression under the Soviet Union, my parents waited their turn and legally immigrated to the U.S. They became doctors and saved thousands of American lives. → Read More

Obamacare cannot stand without its mandate

A federal judge in Texas recently struck down Obamacare as unconstitutional. He’s entirely correct. → Read More

The Most And Least Healthy, Authentic Foods This Thanksgiving

To many, Thanksgiving is an incredibly important time of the year, but it can also be an unhealthy showcase of gluttony. Learn the nutritional secrets to having a healthy and authentic Thanksgiving dinner. → Read More

Pittsburgh synagogue shooting: I prayed at the Tree of Life Synagogue, now turned into a scene of death

The shooting at the Pittsburgh synagogue where I prayed for years continues the long history of anti-Semitism. → Read More

Vaccines Almost Eradicated Polio. Now A Disease Like It Is Back.

Acute flaccid myelitis (AFM) is an illness with symptoms similar to polio, and it's preying on children in the very same city where Jonas Salk developed the polio vaccine over half a century ago. → Read More

Are Running Shoes Messing Up Our Feet?

Step by step, our feet have spent the past four million years perfecting their shape. Running shoes have changed our gait in an instant Can we outrun evolution's intentions, and what can you do to safeguard your feet? → Read More

The Omega-3 Pill That Worked (And Made Millions)

After years of skepticism, scientists were dumbfounded and markets rallied when a little-known Omega-3 fish oil supplement was proven to protect against heart attacks. But is this "miracle drug" the best option for everyone? → Read More

Ford Argued Trauma Improves Memory, But The Science Says Otherwise

Yes, a traumatic experience is one you are more likely to remember. But it is also one your memory is more likely to distort. → Read More

If Ocasio-Cortez is going to run from debate, then she isn't really running

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, a Democratic socialist congressional candidate from New York City, missed an opportunity when she recently refused conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro’s invitation to debate. → Read More


Government Makes Healthcare Worse and More Expensive

The State of Healthcare Today Sometimes it can seem like we are living in the Wild West of health care. It’s like the roaring 20s all over again—pharma bros jacking up prices on EpiPens, insurers denying life-saving treatments, and doctors profiting off of the suffering of their patients! Has the private sector failed medicine? And do we need government regulation to set it back on course? Time… → Read More