- Embryonic stem cell research yields evidence of Intelligent Design
- Male birth control via sperm mutilation?
- H.S. Planning To Distribute Condoms To Students At Prom
- The missing link in the same-sex 'marriage' debate
- Germany seeks to increase organ supply
- Intolerance for religion in Canadian schools
- 'NuvaRing' linked to blood clots
- Gay 'wedding' for comic book hero
Posted: 26 May 2012 07:31 AM PDT
Interestingly, research on embryonic stem cells and induced pluripotent stem cells seems to indicate that stem cells are pre-programmed to do their thing, suggesting that this may be a case of an intelligently designed process.
Posted: 26 May 2012 07:23 AM PDT
Researchers at the University of Edinburgh have recently discovered a gene that is essential for the development of sperm. Their study, published in the journal PLos Genetics, highlights the gene Katnal1, which causes temporary infertility in male mice when blocked.
Posted: 26 May 2012 06:57 AM PDT
There is a condom controversy at a Brooklyn high school. On prom night, administrators are planning on handing out free condoms to students.
Posted: 26 May 2012 03:48 AM PDT
The hottest debate in town at the moment is same-sex 'marriage.' In itself, this is not really a bioethical issue, but it necessarily involves the controversial issue of surrogate motherhood.
Posted: 25 May 2012 09:05 PM PDT
Germany has amended legislation to promote organ donation. After years of debate, people over 16 will be regularly asked by their health insurance company if they are prepared to donate their organs.
Posted: 25 May 2012 02:55 PM PDT
Dalton McGuinty’s government threw down the gauntlet Friday as they announced that they will force Catholic schools to allow student clubs called “gay-straight alliances.”
Posted: 25 May 2012 02:52 PM PDT
According to the study published on May 10th 2012 in the British Medical Journal, non-oral contraceptives, including NuvaRing, have an even higher risk of blood clots than combined oral contraceptives (COCs) based on oestrogens and progestins.
Posted: 25 May 2012 02:49 PM PDT
Wedding bells are ringing for the X-Men, and Marvel Comics is getting topical with its newest superhero 'marriage.'