On Thursday the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that patents on human genes are now void, while the successful creation of synthetic genes may continue to be patented. Both sides of the lawsuit celebrated victory.
A significant number of members of Congress may be leaving their posts as a result of ObamaCare increasing the costs of their health insurance premiums.
The Obama administration has dropped its opposition to allowing girls of all ages to have unrestricted access to Plan B and other "morning after" emergency contraceptives.
Why should people have to depend on altruism and voluntary donations to provide something that one day they may need more urgently than food, water, cars, clothing, or housing? All objections to organ sales reduce to nonsense, ignorance, or arrogance. Let's look at some of them.
President Obama used his fundraising trip to California to promote the Affordable Care Act — popularly known as “Obamacare.”
A federal judge has overruled the refusal of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius to intervene on behalf of a ten-year-old girl in need of a life-saving transplant.
A California doctor treks around the world in 40 days to uncover the tragic consequences of banning DDT.
A 1972 insecticide ban on DDT literally causes the deaths of about a million people per year, though an extensive investigation by the U.S. EPA found that DDT is safe.
Health insurance data released by California's insurance exchange indicate that individual insurance premiums will increase significantly when ObamaCare takes effect in 2014.
Sen. Rubio's "Right to Refuse" amendment to the Constitution would invalidate the ObamaCare health insurance mandate. But is this the best approach to killing the mandate?