Promoting public health through vaccines seems like the right thing to do, but there’s a good reason to preserve religious exemptions: Some vaccines rely on cell lines from aborted fetal tissue.
‘It might even be curiously safer for some to join the study than to await probable infection and then try to rely on the general health-care system,’ said Nir Eyal, director of the Center for Population-Level Bioethics at Rutgers University.
Many of the claims being made about how the Wuhan virus is the plague for our times are founded on remarkably weak data sets that are intentionally manipulated to foment fear.
The FDA’s failures are a result of too much regulatory dithering and bureaucracy. Yet the Times’ prescriptions for change would just increase the dose.
A new study from Harvard University explores the value of trigger warnings in helping trauma survivors. The results proved not only their lack of efficacy, but also potential harm.
Cutting off funding for science and the humanities is the wrong approach. Instead, we should pour more into it and watch them struggle to replicate studies.
Besides the ethical problems with selling body parts from aborted children, research using those body parts has never led to a single successful clinical treatment despite decades of trying.
Too often, medical research is stunted by cronyism, bad incentives, and lack of competent peer review. And it all comes at the expense of taxpayers.
When Apollo 8 broadcast the first live television coverage from space, they humbly read Genesis to the world. What happens when God is instead ignored?
The United States has failed to hold the World Health Organization accountable for the nearly $2 billion in U.S. funding WHO receives each year.
Three years, one congressman, and a mountain of attorneys later, the National Park Service is doing the right thing for a Christian geologist.
This week, Obama’s FDA set new ‘guidelines’ to ‘nudge’ companies into treating a perfectly harmless ingredient as if it were a dangerous chemical.
As with journalism, scientists have a perverse incentive to warp their findings to garner more clicks, shares, and buzz.
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