Memory — New Research Reveals Cells Have It, Too
A memory of past events helps a cell learn how to respond to recurring threats and protect the genome.
A “Healthspan” Duty to Die for the Elderly?
University of Illinois professor S. Jay Olshansky argues that it is time to shift medicine’s focus — starting at age 65 — away from “life extension.”
Euthanasia’s Moral Abyss — Belgian Edition
The carnage so bloodlessly described in the Belgian report demonstrates vividly the consequences to a society when it generally accepts killing as a proper answer to human suffering.
Abortion and the New Eugenics
Ruth Marcus sees the eugenics danger with which we are presented — and doesn’t care.
Defining Dignity Up
When you look at the studies of why people decide to commit assisted suicide or be euthanized, a consistent pattern emerges.