Troubling findings in a report obtained by investigative journalists under the Freedom of Information Act, reviewing allegations of the use of mind-altering drugs in the interrogation of detainees
A German ban on circumcision focuses attention on the right of parents to make decisions for their children
The impact of intensive summer bioethics courses extends around the globe as health leaders from Myanmar/ Burma take their lessons home.
No longer will New Yorkers be allowed to drown themselves in sweetened drinks served in tubs as big as 150% the typical stomach’s capacity
BI faculty member Margaret Moon speaks to Dateline NBC about the ethical issues of hormone treatment in transgender children.
Against all odds Oscar Pistorius has become an Olympic athlete. It’s time to treat him like one
Jeff Kahn comments on a court ruling allowing payments for bone marrow, “Whatever policy approaches are tried, the protection of donors must remain paramount–both health and voluntary decision making”
Is football safe enough? several cases of retired players displaying symptoms of serious head trauma have led to increased scrutiny of the damage caused by playing the sport