GIVING THANKS FOR LESS DEMENTIA If, like me, you’ve been clawing urgently through recent events trying to find reasons to be thankful this Thanksgiving weekend, here’s a big one: As Star Lawrence observes at HEALTH’Sass,
Archives for November 2016
Mulling over our President-elect’s likely impact, especially on medicine and health care, it occurred to me that several ideas being bounced about can be interpreted in a particular way. They are pronatalist (aka natalist) ideas.
GUESSING AT THE CONSEQUENCES OF DONALD TRUMP’S PRESIDENCY Stunning as Trump’s upset (and upsetting) capture of the White House was, prognosticators swung into immediate speculation about what it would mean for science and medicine. Note
If there’s a topic even more politicized than the US presidential election, it’s GMOs . (GMOs are genetically modified organisms, the products of genetic engineering, and opposition to them usually centers on GM crop plants.)