Editor's Note: The Goins Report did not publish a Weekly Health Review since 8/21/12.
The Senior White House Correspondent for ABC News reports that the U.S. Office of Special Counsel holds that HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius violated the Hatch Act, which limits political activity to the President and Vice President.
The IRS Deputy Commissioner says that IRS agents won't be enforcing the 2010 health care law, CNBC news reports.
Democrats are committing a real war on women by forcing contraception coverage at the expense of medical care for older people on Medicare, AAPS columnist Dr. Elizabeth Vliet, MD, writes.
War on Women: 60,000 women died prematurely because of government-endorsed information, Vliet reminds readers.
Tea Party Patriots slammed the must-pass continuing resolution that will go up for vote this Thursday because it funds the 2010 health care law, once derisively called "Obamacare," The Hill reports.
Scientific Breakthrough: Australian scientists working under a government-funded science consortium implanted the "world's first" bionic eye that allows the patient to see images of varying size, Yahoo News reports.
Doesn't that stink? Swallowed batteries account for thousands of children's emergency room visits, Fox News reports.
Health.com outlines 14 types of headaches and how to treat them.
Calm down, everyone! A conservative policy president says Romney's statement that there are parts of the 2010 health care law that he likes is no statement that he'd keep it in place, the National Review Online has the opinion piece.
And she also notes in another piece that what Governor Romney envisioned for Massachusett's was not what was eventually passed into law.
DNC Convention News
Clinton double counts on Medicare, an opinion piece in POLITICO argues.
POLITICO fact-checks Bill Clinton's speech. Does a similar breakdown of Paul Ryan's speech.
Conservatives says that the decrease in health care spending was already in motion before the 2010 health care reform law was passed, yours truly for Politic365 reports.
RNC Convention News
In his RNC acceptance speech, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney vows to repeal and replace the 2010 health care reform law, Kaiser Health News reports (with video).
And while they GOP claims they'll have a mandate to reshape Medicare if they win in November, POLITICO explores the question: A mandate for what?
Liar, Liar?: The Associate Press charged Paul Ryan with taking some factual shortcuts in his RNC VP acceptance speech, The Hill reports.