- Ca. continues battle to protect tweens from gov. mandated shots
- Catholic ethicist calls for transparency in organ donor controversy
- Patients face longer waits, reduced care under Obamacare
- Pro-abortion blogger's own abortion after ultrasound scarring, full of grief
- Jewish law perspective raises disturbing bioethical questions
- 'Personhood' is abortion truth
- Argentina: Divorced woman wins embryo custody
- ACLU challenges abortion insurance ruling
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 08:56 AM PDT
“Scandalous” new information about the Gardasil HPV vaccines shows that California Gov. Jerry Brown should veto a bill that allows 12 year olds to consent to such treatments without their parents’ involvement, opponents said ahead of the governor's expected decision.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 06:52 AM PDT
A top Catholic ethicist is calling for donor guidelines that are clear to the public after a proposal was made to allow surgeons to retrieve organs from donors less than two minutes after their hearts stop beating.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 06:50 AM PDT
Those are among findings from a report out from a think tank the Tennessee’s largest health insurer, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, launched this year to study the interface between public policy and health care.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 06:20 AM PDT
"Then she turned the monitor to me. I have so many little brothers and sisters. I was with my mother the first time she heard my younger siblings heartbeat. There was a heartbeat now, too."
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 05:40 AM PDT
Children are a blessing, Broyde concluded, and "any processes and technologies that allow the production of children -- even with a little bit of a mouse in them -- is intrinsically good.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 05:00 AM PDT
In the 38 years since the first legalized abortion in Mississippi, 95,000 reported couples were able to abort the child not of their dreams, through legalized abortion.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 01:44 AM PDT
A judicial ruling in Argentina said frozen embryos from a divorced man's sperm can be 'used' by his ex-wife to get pregnant again.
Posted: 24 Sep 2011 12:25 AM PDT
The American Civil Liberties Union on Thursday predictably challenged a magistrate's recommendation that the federal court deny its request to halt a new Kansas law restricting insurance coverage for abortions, since restricting abortions is the furthest thing from the ACLU's interests.