February Archive


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12 February 2016
Zika virus has been diagnosed in over 3000 Colombian women, writes Danelia Cardona from that country, but no case of microcephaly has been reported.

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11 February 2016
Our new blog on religion and spirituality.

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10 February 2016
Reclaiming the right to say what we think

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09 February 2016
Treating a human embryos as though it did not already have the reality and being of a person is not scientific, writes Javier Cuadros.

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08 February 2016
Donald Trump, the Super Bowl and Malcolm Fraser

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05 February 2016
Is family the ultimate "force" in the Star Wars saga? Jordan Ballor argues it is.

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04 February 2016
Francis Phillips reviews a (factual) thriller about Pius XII and Hitler.

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03 February 2016
What do you think about anonymous sperm donation?

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02 February 2016
The Zika epidemic and abortion.

Mullah in the museum

01 February 2016
Channelling Victorian prudery.

January Archive


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29 January 2016
Priscilla Coleman, an expert on the psychological effects of infant loss, responds to The Lancet's focus on stillbirths.

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28 January 2016
There is much more likelihood of bias in studies of controversial subjects, says family sociologist Walter Schumm.

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27 January 2016
China's one-child policy bears fruit.

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25 January 2016
The Australia Day holiday

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22 January 2016
In praise of childhood chores.



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