Huffington Post’s senior political reporter is circling the wagons around Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) and slinging arrows at anyone who criticizes the Democratic presidential candidate’s false claims of American Indian heritage.
Testing is not a cure. Therapies are not a cure. Would you really want to know if you are going to develop Alzheimer’s disease?
We feel, almost instinctively, that it is wrong to meddle with the DNA of an unborn human being, but we don’t know why we feel that way, nor can we articulate it.
Acting as if the results of the senator’s DNA test are a vindication of her initial claims is an assault on reason.
Every mother is a chimera made up of her own genetic cells living side by side with the cells of every child she has ever carried.
Roe v. Wade came at the tail end of millennia of ignorance about human development. Before ultrasound technology, developing life in the womb was a black box. No more.
Neil deGrasse Tyson doesn’t think science is doing big things these days. He’s wrong. We’re living through an amazing era of technological advancement.
We’re almost a week away from the 20th anniversary of JonBenet Ramsey’s murder, and nothing has changed. We still know who did it.
Public policy must enshrine individual privacy as the friend of life and liberty in genome-related medicine.
The overheated DOJ report contributes to the inflamed atmosphere that led to the most recent shootings in Ferguson.
Michelle Obama, mommy bloggers, and organic fiends need to be honest about food science and stop shaming moms for doing quite well for their kids on a normal person’s budget.
Rand Paul says his “personal religious belief” is life begins when it begins. If he wants to convince others about life, he needs to step up his game.
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