While the new film, Limitless, is a familiar Hollywood treatment, it also shines a light on important and unaddressed neuroethics challenges

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Dan O’Connor on a close relative of ‘mansplaining’. He calls it ‘thinsplaining’. It’s where people who aren’t overweight assume that people who are overweight need their problem explained to them in detail.

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We are launching a national dialogue with nurses to understand the contours of the ethical challenges that face the profession. Join the conversation and share your insights and experiences

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Should we erase and replace bad memories?

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Our Leila Jamal argues that, “we must keep the big picture in sight, and not let a tiff between the FDA and 23andMe hinder creative new ways of communicating and teaching about human genomics”

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Advertising is inherently self-serving, that’s its job. No one expects a corporate or political Ad to be a PSA or deliver a health education message. But self-serving is one thing, and unethical is quite another

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Our Travis Rieder continues the debate about climate change and the ethics of having children, via The Conversation

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Should new technologies change the sport?

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