In general, I have the belief that most ethics courses whether they be medical ethics or business ethics tend to be taught from too theoretical of a standpoint. Scenarios are often defined to have black and white answers, and thus the students never actually deal with true moral dilemmas until they are actually on the […]
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College campuses are increasingly turning into hubs for the spread of STDs as college students take on an increasing number of sexual partners. On average, college students now have around 3 sexual partners a year (Martens et al). It turns out that male students in general would like to be much more promiscuous than their […]
The Human Genome project was completed at the start of the last decade, and only in the last two years have we really begun to reap the fruits of the immense undertaking. I talk about some of commercial players and legal issues surrounding the wide spread adoption of personal genomic technology in medicine at the […]
In the interest of anti-stealth, I’m going to publicly announce one of the for profit ventures that I am currently working on. Incidentally, what exactly happened to the NextNY anti-stealth movement? There was a lot of activity at the end of October, and then the whole movement seemingly collapsed. Anyway, a friend and I have […]
I really really hate math.. I don’t know if I’ve told this to anyone. I HATE MATHEMATICS. That is all. (Emo post of the month).