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When we cross that clear bright line drawn and held in the one place for millenia, we do not simply crossover for the supposed few. If we cross for some, we cross for all.
by Paul Russell - 11/01/2017 - 6 comments
Health becomes a casualty, giving medical researchers and doctors their cue to seek more grant money and study this grand narrative of self-inflicted human decline.
by Binoy Kampmark - 10/01/2017 - 10 comments
The unborn, who are often not accidentally impacted by acts of family violence, but rather the intended targets of perpetrators, deserve to be seen and treated as victims in their own right.
by Greg Donnelly - 20/12/2016 - 18 comments
We are gradually moving away from the biomedical definition of sex as intercourse, towards a more nuanced view of sex as consisting of non-penetrative practices that foster intimacy, arousal and, ultimately, satisfaction.
Partly due to the recent American Presidential election and also because of a Queensland Parliamentary vote, abortion is being talked about once more.
by Murray Campbell - 2/12/2016 - 34 comments
The NDIS is structured on the insurance model. This is to ensure social programs are met and empowerment is encouraged.
by Peter Gibilisco - 2/12/2016 - 5 comments
The AMA claims to represent all Australian doctors, but in reality consulted less than a third of them.
by Neil Francis - 1/12/2016 - 6 comments
Recently the French State Council ruled that expressions of happy children with Down syndrome were
by Wendy Francis - 1/12/2016 - 11 comments
The big justification for these sorts of Nanny State regulations is the costs to the health system when people need medical treatment due to their poor choices.
by Nicola Wright - 24/11/2016 - 14 comments
While I have high regard for the way the union represents the workplace interests of nurses and midwives, its highly partisan involvement in the political debate over legalising euthanasia is causing great unease.
by Greg Donnelly - 23/11/2016 - 11 comments
More than 6 million citizens of the EU have kicked their tobacco habit by puffing vapes loaded with nicotine.
by Satyajeet Marar - 14/11/2016 - 7 comments
In contrast, the prevention of fatal diseases leads to an increase in healthcare spending. This is because the extra years of life generated inevitably result in an increased need for treatment.
by Gary Johns - 3/11/2016 - 9 comments

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