Our Travis Rieder talks about his forthcoming book, ‘In Pain’, and explores the role of prescription opioids in American medicine with folks from the Advanced Academic Programs at Johns Hopkins

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, nonprofits, and ethicists are now publicly addressing questions about procreation in the age of climate change. Travis Rieder at the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics points out that this is not the first time a generation has questioned childbearing in the face of a potential existential threat

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In the future, we may be making eggs and sperm from our skin. A lot has to happen first. With comments from our Travis Rieder

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105 thinkers, including our Travis Rieder, were asked two questions. What worries you most about the future? What gives you the most hope about the future?

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As talks of climate change and overpopulation loom, it’s a question popping up more and more frequently. So, Fatherly asked four experts in various fields, including our Travis Rieder, to weigh in.

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McCance-Katz is setting up a “false dilemma” said Travis Rieder, a bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University. He pointed to evidence that people who use drugs are capable of making decisions to minimize risk to themselves

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Jessie Szalay writes, “Like a growing number of potential parents, I’m questioning the ethics of bringing children into a warming world.” Travis Rieder — with the Berman Institute and author of Toward a Small Family Ethic — discusses these dilemmas throughout the US, and has found young audiences open to the issue

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Dependence is a special type of drug-related harm. It’s an adaptive phenomenon resulting from exposure to a centrally-active drug and defined by the development of withdrawal symptoms when the drug is removed or the dose lowered too quickly

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