Medical ethics

"As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, deciding who to save is no longer a hypothetical exercise in a medical ethics textbook."
Bobbie was suffering from advanced lung cancer when she told me, "Let’s talk about this assisted suicide thing."
Optogenetics is a combination of genetics and optics to manipulate single neurons using pulses of light delivered to the brain via fiber optic threads.
For the first time since they were passed in the 1970s, the federal government is considering making significant modifications to the regulations. One big question is: Should these revisions include ways for research to be better integrated into regular medical care?
In spite of ample evidence highlighting the problems with excessive meat consumption, physicians are not provided any specific guidance about counseling their patients on reducing meat consumption.
There are a few lessons that can be learned about communication in medicine and news from the recently retracted vaccine and autism paper.
Even as we were prosecuting Nazis at Nuremberg for their barbaric behavior, including their notorious medical experiments on death camp inmates, we were, it turns out, conducting our own medical experiments on a vulnerable and unsuspecting population.
Technology is fascinating, and can be quite addictive, e.g. bigger, faster, more Apps, more color, more depth and, of course, more cost. How does this idea relate to medicine?
Recent research by Human Rights Watch in Egypt, Libya, Jordan, Iraq, China, Cambodia, Nicaragua, and India, found that government
The rise in cesarean surgery rates has not been accompanied by overall improvements in maternal or child health and creates risks to pregnant women and babies that do not exist with vaginal births.