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.
Photo above Credit: jennfarr/Flickr via Pacific Standard DATA (LACK OF IT) AT THE SUPREME COURT When the US Supreme Court announced its 5-3 decision on Monday knocking down the Texas law that would have
Birth control: science’s most important achievement Effective birth control is, arguably, the most important human invention since language. Also the most important contribution of science to human welfare ever. Discuss. But you’re going to have
Son of The Population Explosion? It matters hardly at all what is done to control population growth. If Homo sap‘s birth and death rates remain more or less as they are, we will grow
Anything left to be said about the US Supreme Court’s latest decisions about women? The US Supreme Court finished out its term with decisions that were terrible for women. This piece concentrates on only one
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