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Seattle public schools have sued several social networks for causing mental health problems in young people

According to BusinessInsider, Seattle school boards have blamed some social [...]

Donated embryo pregnancies are associated with an increased risk of hypertensive disorders even in young women

A recent retrospective study published in Fertility and Sterility has [...]

A designer baby cures her sister of a hereditary disease

The genetic selection technique carried out presents ethical and technical [...]

Sexually transmitted infections: an alarming public health problem

Sexually transmitted infections in Spain According to the latest available [...]

Human rights, artificial intelligence and neurolaw. From Karel Vašák to human rights 4.0

INTRODUCTION Pérez Luño (2010, p. 50) defines human rights as [...]

Svante Pääbo, Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2022

Paleoanthropology is the scientific study of human evolution Paleoanthropology is [...]

Transgenderism, Gender and Sex: Reflection from scientific evidence on some aspects of the Trans Law

This is a reflection on the proposed new legal regulation [...]