When I first became a reporter in 1945 for a Boston radio station, a veteran journalist commanded me: "Kid, when you're on a good developing story, stay on it. Keep digging and updating."Last summer, I reported on physicians Fred Burbank and Thomas J. Fogarty, who had written an op-ed for The Wall Street Journal about a tax to pay for Obamacare that was imposed on U.S. manufacturers of medical devices, which, I wrote, "could potentially short-circuit the lives of the elderly. But what medical device inventors have created is not limited to the aged."What might this mean for you?There is an answer in a short article that ran last month in the New York Post by Henry I. Miller, a physician and Robert Wesson fellow in scientific philosophy and public policy at Stanford's Hoover Institution.