Policy & Ethics

Many think these cases [1] seek to plug a reproductive orifice left open by Dobbs v.
As the Proposed National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter writes,
Medicare Advantage (MA) continues to attract more Medicare-eligible beneficiaries. A new survey by the Commonwealth Fund sought to identify the “value-added” services provided by MA over traditional Medicare.
Join Cameron English and Dr. Chuck Dinerstein on Episode 66 of the Science Dispatch podcast as they examine the growing problem of scientific fraud:
Two cases stand out as a beacon of sound jurisprudence, requiring governmental restraint, even in the face of pandemics. In Jew Ho v.
During the COVID pandemic, federal officials pressured social media platforms to censor information they deemed a threat to public health.
“In 2020, the homicide rate among Black women was 11.6 per 100,000, compared with 3.0 per 100,000 among White women. This inequity has persisted over time and is virtually unchanged since 1999.”
Oregon voters passed Measure 110 in November 2020, which put an end to caging people who choose to consume drugs t
The world of IVF has introduced a host of ethical quandaries.
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