Health and Science— Wednesday, 30th November 2016

FTN Daily #50 — Another twin paradox — Holy land health system — Morning mood— And more.

Photo: karenwarfel

Integrated Insurance in Israel

Israel’s health care system has a few tricks up its sleeve. Kristian Niemietz for the Institute of Economic Affairs.

Integrated care in market-driven health systems: the Israeli example


Genetic Self-Ownership for Twins

Who owns your genetic information? You? Or your twin? Emily Mullin for MIT Technology Review.

Integrated care in market-driven health systems: the Israeli example


Bullets vs Propeller

How did the WWI aviators not shoot their own propellers? Gav and Dan on Youtube.


In the Mood

Your mood when you get up can determine how you go to bed. Belle Cooper for the Zapier Blog.

Integrated care in market-driven health systems: the Israeli example


These 9 Knowledgeable Voices Agree: Genetically Modified Food Is safe

Every other Facebook page claims that GM food is dangerous. Well, it is not. Here are 9 statements from people and organizations who know better. Bill Wirtz for Freedom Today.

Integrated care in market-driven health systems: the Israeli example


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