New research involving brain resuscitation holds great promise and presents even greater challenges.
Corporations' push to attract a marketing-resistant demographic is producing some troubling effects.
How can we properly attend to the health of both patient and physician when unintended harm occurs?
When we buy fruit at the grocery store, we often fail to realize the intensive and undervalued human labor that goes into growing and harvesting that fruit.
Given the threat to public health, what bar should a claim to philosophical exemption from vaccination need to clear?
Societal acceptance of physician-assisted suicide has been growing, but the costs aren't always so easy to see.
A powerful new antidepressant is set to hit the market, but should the FDA be in the business of fast-tracking drug approval based on need?
The recent measles outbreak in Washington should prompt us to reexamine how we balance public health and individual religious conviction.
This article examines the ethical implications of measuring the purity of the ingredients drugs so recreational users can be informed about the substances.
What should our outlook be on "medically induced" happiness? Is it the same as "natural" happiness?