Mind and machine. The ethics of brain-computer technologies

Last September, the Royal Society launched a report entitled iHuman: [...]

Down people discrimination before birth in the UK

Down people discrimination, a sad feature of our developed societies. [...]

Loneliness before, during and after coronavirius. Is it an epidemic in our hiper developed countries? Medical and ethical approach

Before addressing the continuos increase of loneliness in Britain and [...]

Ethical concerns in prenatal genetic tests (NIPT). Could they be used for discriminate before birth?

Non-invasive prenatal genetic testing NIPT is a method that uses [...]

UN’s last report on the rights of disabled persons defends the woman’s “right” to abortion them!

The United Nations’ latest Report of the Special Rapporteur on [...]

Mental Health Awareness Month. Last figures of suicide in the United States

Suicide continues to be a devastating public health problem in [...]

Problems of children’s mental health treatments in England

There may be a lack of distributive justice in the [...]

Unresponsive patients bioethical dilemma. Some of them are actually aware

On June 26, 2019, Columbia University published a study in [...]

Germany overturns ban on euthanasia and assisted suicide with a strong opposition

Germany has joined the minority of European countries that allow euthanasia. [...]