Embryoids are made from pluripotent stem cells and have many of the features of embryos, but are not technically embryos. So, what are they and is research with embryoids ethical?
Studies continue to show that teen girls have higher incidence of depression and anxiety when they spend more time on social media.
My Casualty Report in Salvo Issue #46 is on modern-day eugenics. In several countries, the ratio of boys born compared to girls is well above the naturally occurring ratio…
My Casualty Report in Salvo Magazine (Issue #45) gives recent statistics on issues affecting our culture. My latest Casualty Report is politically incorrect even though the statistics are from well-known journals and media sources.
New technologies create geographic distance between the combatants and the war zone, but some people are concerned that it also create emotional distance.
Embryoids are an ethical conundrum. Are they embryos or are they not? If they are not, do they still qualify as organisms?
I have long been interested in how the pharmaceutical industry medicalizes mental health disorders and then are happy to sell pills that often do more harm than good
Crowdfunding brings up several ethical issues such as medical privacy, emotional manipulation, fraud, inequality, and doctor endorsements.
I recently wrote an article in MercatorNet about ways you can take back your time by taking control of your technology.
The majority of pornography involves violence or verbal aggression toward women, and studies have shown that after viewing pornography men are less likely…
The news media seems to thrive on keeping the viewer, or reader, in a constant state of anxiety as we are taken on perpetual guilt trips.
Originally, I wanted to write an article about parabiosis since it was a hot topic in the news. But, it turns out what the company Ambrosia is doing isn’t exactly parabiosis.