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

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Should new technologies change the sport?

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“Ballerinas dance, and alcoholics drink.”…Wet houses shelter homeless alcoholics without requiring abstinence. Can fueling an addiction lead to recovery?

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Should we erase and replace bad memories?

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Debra Mathews , Ph.D., M.A., the Berman Institute’s assistant director for science programs, has been awarded one of three coveted spots in the Greenwall Foundation’s Faculty Scholar Program in Bioethics.

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Dan O’Connor discusses the pervasive problem of labeling some medical procedures ‘elective’ and others ‘necessary’

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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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