But I'm losing my point. (See how easy it is? How seductive opinions, positions and posturing are?) The Biggest Ego on the
A bill moved to Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's (R) desk on Monday that requires hospitals to keep brain-dead pregnant women on life support to protect the fetus, even if the woman's family members object.
Although this case was resolved satisfactorily -- probably not soon enough for the distraught family -- a question remains about the ethics of the Texas law.
The case of Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old girl declared brain dead at Children's Hospital Oakland on Dec. 12, is but the most recent example of a 40-year-old national perplexity and the controversy that it is capable of unleashing.
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Indeed, Rachel Cox at LifeNews berates Erick for wanting to honor his wife's wishes about her end-of-life care: The Texas
A university hospital in Hungary says a premature but healthy baby was delivered after doctors kept the child’s brain-dead mother on life support for three months.
Hospital staff suspected Burns, who had overdosed on Xanax, Benadryl and a muscle relaxant, was brain dead. Brain death occurs
Wired reported that even if a person is brain dead, he or she can still have a heart beat with or without the help of a ventilator
The owner of the Acura that barreled over a young Bloomberg aide in a Brooklyn hit-and-run spoke out for the first time Thursday