How Medical Ethicists See the Proposed 'Gag Rule' on Abortion Referrals in Government-Funded Clinics
Pacific Standard spoke to secular and religious ethicists about the controversial proposal.
As Technology Gets Better, Ethical Prohibitions on Genetically Modifying Human Embryos Are Getting Weaker
It's become too late to ask whether or not we should edit the human germline; we can now only ask how the experiments will proceed.
Why Did the American Psychological Association Approve Its Members to Oversee Torture?
A new report finds that APA officials worked with the Bush administration to draft a permissive policy for its members to oversee national security interrogations.
Promoting Empathy: What's Troubling About a Hospital Video
Empathy can distract. It misleads, causing us to act counter to the greater good.