As residencies begin at hospitals around the country, young doctors will encounter ethical dilemmas in real time

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How a hobbled bank robber embodies the failure of U.S. health care

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Those with mental disabilities are especially vulnerable during and after a disaster. Ethical emergency planning must ensure adequate mental health services

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Amid Bioethics Week at Johns Hopkins University, Berman Institute core faculty members challenge snarky stereotype with a call to collaborate in the name of science

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Deering Hall to debut during university-wide commemoration of Bioethics Week, May 9 to 13

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Direct-to-consumer genetic testing satisfies the curious, but at what cost? Recent surveys provide a glimpse into the psychological, behavioral and clinical impact of test results

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Researcher at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics leads analysis of state laws regarding the storage and use of newborn blood samples.

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Are hospital hiring policies banning smokers extreme or economical? Healthier workplace may mean fewer job opportunities and freedoms for some

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