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Earlier this month, we posted about Russia’s heavy alcohol consumption levels as a follow up to our Healthy Planet Index.  It turns out that Russians may be what Alex De Jonge has called “geoalcoholics” in his book “Stalin and the Shaping of the Soviet Union.” This discovery all stemmed (no pun intended) from a link that Tyler Cowan posted on…

Yesterday, the Wall Street Journal posted about cabin fume events - how problems during a flight can cause real air quality issues for the crew and passengers.  Hopefully, these events are rare and that raising the red flag in the press will help the airlines improve things so that they become rarer still. However, even on flights without specific problems,…

Given the choice, would you rather buy an international health plan that is secure and subject to state regulators' standards, or one that is not? When it comes to international health plans, consumers often encounter products from "non-admitted" insurers that operate beyond the reach of U.S. state insurance regulations. These offshore plans--also referred to as surplus lines policies-are cheap but…

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