The surrogacy industry treats women like disposable commodities.
What message is being sent when you begin life as a number?
Quebec should beware of euthanasia
Respect for life is more than a Christian bias. It is a foundational value of all human societies.
Will China be first to learn its ABC?
Recent breast cancer studies from China point to abortion as a cause, but the West remains in denial.
Teasing out the facts in the latest abortion report
US rates have hit a 40-year low -- but not because of restrictive laws, says the Guttmacher Institute. Does that make sense?
A slow slog toward success
The persistence, inventiveness and grit of their foes is beginning to dishearten pro-abortion activists in America.
Stunning discovery creates ethical stem cells
Immersing cells in acid creates pluripotent stem cells? Who could believe that? But it could be the future.
Insane conversations: talking to children about euthanasia
Exactly how would Belgians discover that a minor wanted to die?
Why genes + environment ≠ Us
A battle against Tourette's syndrome suggests that there is more to human beings than evolutionary biology tells us.
Is there an ethical limit in the war on obesity?
Does science have answers to absolutely everything?
Science provides only one approach to the human condition -- and not always the most pertinent one.
Faith and science: a dialogue, not a debate
Ian Barbour’s life demonstrated the harmony between physics and faith.
Turning a blind eye
Illegal abortion and perjury are frequent in Britain but the law does nothing.
Surprised by Freude
On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, here's a reflection on a famous child who could have been aborted.
Defending human dignity and democracy in Europe
The defeat of a radical report in the European Parliament has encouraged the pro-family alliance across Europe.
After 2,400 years, the Hippocratic Oath still inspires doctors. Why is a leading bioethicist mocking it?
ACLU tackles US Catholic bishops over abortion
If the ACLU is really interested in women's health, it should tackle carcinogenic contraceptives.
Are two out of three people really secret torturers?
The famous “obedience” experiments by Stanley Milgram: what did they really show?
“I will” means something after all
Is free will becoming fashionable again in neuroscience?
Tasmanian ban on abortion protests may not be constitutional
A legal expert argues that the new law provision breaches the freedom of political communication.
Doctors who are willing to do abortions are becoming scarcer and scarcer in Italy.
What if we had a pill for the madness of love?
Is it really just a matter of chemistry?
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