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Flibanserin and Feminism

Adriane Fugh-Berman and Alessandra Hirsch consider the sexist roots and implications of flibanserin. 782 more words

Law & Policy

The Battle to Beat Polio

Broadcaster: BBC 2

Year: 2014

Genre: Documentary

URL: http://bobnational.net/record/241950

Review by Lorna McCall

In this documentary former BBC economics editor Stephanie Flanders presents a fascinating and engaging documentary on polio. 686 more words


Science Policy Around the Web - August 25, 2015

By: Eric Cheng, Ph.D.

Climate Change

New U.S. climate rules target methane leaks

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed new measures to cut methane emissions from the oil and gas sector by 40 to 45 percent from 2012 levels by 2025. 797 more words


Forced Medication: The Ethics of Tap Water Fluoridation

Elena Rowan calls for a change to North America’s water fluoridation practices 665 more words

Research Ethics

3. Research Ethics

Credibility within an essay can either strengthen an essay or dismantle it. If you reader does not believe in the evidence provided, then the argument is lost. 254 more words

Research Ethics

Oh, the humanity - abortion, medicine, and desensitization

In light of the Planned Parenthood videos, I’ve been thinking quite a bit about the argument I’ve seen some journalists use to justify their content, which goes something like this, “Medicine and science is a grisly business, which we, as the general public are not used to. 765 more words

Reproductive Ethics