Women bear an excessive burden when it comes to preventing pregnancy. What happens when we include the other half of the population?
Fentanyl testing strips could save lives for drug users, but not without the support of city and state governments.
September is National Suicide Prevention month, so it's a good time to reflect -- where does the responsibility to prevent suicide lie?
Euthanasia is already a much-debated practice, and the case of Aurelia Brouwers only intensified the controversy.
Study drug usage is on the rise -- and that's a complicated ethical quandary.
After the Masterpiece Cake Shop decision, the concept of conscience clauses has come under fire -- most recently with a pharmacist in Arizona refusing to fill a prescription.
The opioid crisis is more than a homegrown problem: it's the result of some brilliantly dangerous marketing by pharmaceutical companies.
Beyond the sci-fi nature of human head transplants, we have to consider important ethical questions about the results of the transplants.
Growing resistance to antibiotics is dangerous, but the evolutionary processes that cause it might just provide a solution.
The science fiction idea of head transplants is becoming a medical reality, but at what ethical cost?