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Mistakes or omissions in the management of information SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus transmission. What is known so far

Mistakes in the management of information SARS-CoV-2  transmission. What is known so far

COVID 19 transmission routes misinformed Airborne transmission of coronavirus in the form of aerosols and several… Read more.

Transhumanism and human nature. It pretends to forge a new humanity changing biological and genetical human condition. An example is gender global agenda

The tsunami engulfing women’s sport worldwide with the inclusion of transwomen in their teams

In this particular bioethical issue, the final say is not a matter of opinion; only a rigorous scientific approach can resolve it... 

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Review of near-death experiences after clinical death by a neuroscientist

Review of near-death experiences after clinical death by a neuroscientist

Near-death experiences are triggered during singular life-threatening episodes when the body is injured by a heart attack, shock, or blunt trauma such as an explosion or a fall.
These events share broad commonalities: becoming pain-free, seeing a bright light at the end of a tunnel, or detaching from one's body and floating above it and even flying off into space. Why the mind should experience the struggle to sustain its operations in the face of a loss of blood flow and oxygen...

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Even asymptomatic patients have suffered Covid-19 cardiac damages, now a study involving 160 athletes has a shoking results

Cardiovascular damages in American athletes recovering from Covid-19

COVID-19 can affect the heart even with mild or no symptoms producing adverse effects in the heart within a few months of having contracted the infection… Read more.

blood donor gays

To what extent could blood donation requirements be relaxed in view of the current blood donor shortage?

Blood donor rules to be relaxed for gay and bisexual men in England, the new policy will take effect in summer 2021. The issue… 

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Africa vaccination of COVID 19

The challenge of Africa vaccination of COVID 19

Africa has been an issue of concern from the beginning of the global outbreak. The weak health care systems in most countries, poor regions with low sanitary structures, etc. are factors that could put the entire continent at risk. Contrary to the predictions… Read more.

coronavirus patients spiritual rights

Inalienable spiritual rights of patients with coronavirus

An important bioethical issue is to acknowledge and respect the religious preference of patients in their health care, an aspect that has been studied in several papers… Read more.

Sexually transmitted infection silence epidemic is affecting the young population. Governments do not manage to stop the continuous advance

STD epidemic out of control. STD Conference last September has shown a constant increase year by year

"1 million people worldwide get a sexually transmitted infection every day." WHO. Our Observatory has published a report on the devastating effects…

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Evaluation of conscientious objection to participate in abortions in South Korea

Conscientious objection to participating in abortions in South Korea

The power to exercise conscientious objection if one does not wish to participate in an abortion appears to be an inviolable right for health personnel. However… Read more.

Discrimination before birth. Prenatal detection of Down's syndrome is easier. This greater ease is making easier to eliminate them as soon as possible

Appeals court upholds Tennessee law protecting Down syndrome people

The new advances in prenatal tests in the last years made it possible to easily detect Down Syndrome and any fetus's genetic disorder with a minimum margin of error, making possible the systematic discrimination before the birth of these persons worldwide… Read more.

3D bioprinted heart

3D bioprinted heart organoid with iPS cells has robust electromechanical function

The encouraging news is that six weeks after producing it, it was able to beat. In the authors' view...

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open access author costs

The cost for authors publishing  in the “open access” system of Nature 

The German government is reaching an agreement with the Nature publishing group…Read more.


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