Q & A with Johns Hopkins Catalyst Award Winner Carlton Haywood Jr about his intervention designed to improve healthcare provider attitudes and beliefs about patients with sickle cell disease

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Via OUPblog, Paul Thompson writes, “Making food issues real will require a level of rigor in thought and speech that we have yet to see from the food movement. Maybe ethics can help.”

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How many people participate in research, how much is spent on it around the world, and how can we maximize its benefits?

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An Eye For An Eye

June 25, 2015

The United States wins its case to put bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death as capital punishment comes to a new crossroads

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Dr. Sergio Canavero announced his plan to transplant a human head as early as 2017

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Residents of some neighborhoods in Baltimore have limited access to pharmacies and the medications and supplies that they provide

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A Q&A with our Cynda Hylton Rushton about a new policy that aims to prevent and resolve treatment disputes in the intensive care unit

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7 by 5

May 21, 2015

Seven Projects to Make Progress on Ethics and Global Food Security in Five Years

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