Half a century ago, as 1968 came to a close, one event brought people together not only in America but also around the globe.
Scientism is ubiquitous and highly destructive. Dr. Moreland calls it “evil,” and explains why it actually stands in conflict with good science.
My last hospice patient, Bob, told me that after some months of just wanting to be dead, that he had “come out of the fog.”
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.”
A New York Times writer asks, “Could I Kill My Mother?”