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Emailing Your Doctor May Carry a Fee

January 27th, 2023|0 Comments

Since the pandemic and the subsequent limitation to in-person interactions, electronic health communications, and telemedicine have exponentially increased in the past few years. Due to the increasing number of correspondences between physicians and patients through [...]

New Lawsuit Challenges State Bans on Abortion Pills

January 27th, 2023|0 Comments

GenBioPro, a company that produces abortion drugs, recently filed a lawsuit arguing that the federal Food and Drug Administration's approval of the pill takes precedence over state laws' abortion bans. Along with GenBioPro's lawsuit, many [...]

F.D.A. Outlines a Plan for Annual Covid Boosters

January 25th, 2023|0 Comments

After a scientific meeting on Thursday, the Food and Drug Administration is proposing to simplify the administration of COVID vaccine shots. Instead of the original vaccines, FDA proposes to offer bivalent doses for primary and [...]

Cyborg cells could be tools for health and environment

January 20th, 2023|0 Comments

Biomedical engineers have created semi-living 'cyborg cells.' Retaining the capabilities of living cells, but unable to replicate, the cyborg cells could have a wide range of applications, from producing therapeutic drugs to cleaning up pollution. [...]

The gift that doesn’t keep on giving: non-existence

January 16th, 2023|0 Comments

The philosophy of anti-natalism refuses to die. In the latest issue of Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics, Finnish bioethicist Matti Häyry renews the argument for reproductive abstinence. The headline over the article gives the game away: [...]