"We have the right to bear arms. The poorest person in the nation can buy a gun. And we don't have health as one of our constitutional rights. Think of that."
—Joxel Garcia, M.D., president and dean of Ponce School of Medicine in Puerto Rico, in a Connecticut Mirror article on health disparities.
"Wow, wiffle ball isn't even a contact sport. Should we lock our kids up in order to protect them from a scrape now and then?"
—Dayna Diamond, mother of two young children, in an ABCNews.com article about New York State health officials backing off of rules that would have more closely regulated childhood games at summer camps.
"With social media, as soon as it's posted, it's there, and it doesn't allow one to think twice about it."
—Bradley H. Crotty, a physician at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, in a Boston Globe article about physicians posting patient information on social media websites.