Parking Charges at Hospitals Morally Wrong
Charities and patients' groups told MSPs that charging patients and their relatives for parking at hospitals is ‘morally wrong'. //
They also voiced their concerns about increasing number of people who would be affected by parking because of centralisation of hospital services.
Charging Car Park Fees From Cancer Patients Is Morally Wrong, Says Macmillan Cancer Relief
Figures obtained under the Freedom of Information Act have revealed that hospitals are raking in huge amounts courtesy charging patients// for the use of car parks. The BBC reports that trusts had made up to ￡1.5 million a year by charging for this service.
The hospitals, which earned the maxim...
Pennsylvanians With Disabilities Call for an End to Institution-Only Options
...those same services in our homes is typically less than half the cost of placing a person in an institutional care facility. Limiting our options is morally
wrong and fiscally irresponsible."
Right now, Medicaid only requires states to provide funding for costly nursing homes and institutions for ...
Louisiana Tells Congress: Stop Healthcare Discrimination
...an American, and 33 are women. One woman is 99 years old. Another woman is 103 years old. Decreasing healthcare access threatens their lives and is morally
NACDEP's plan will restore access, stop civil rights violations, decrease government-induced healthcare disparities, and help state ...
Government Must Not Balance Budget on the Backs of the Poor
...ose who have the least. As our country strives to recover from this severe economic disaster it must include all Americans in recovery efforts. It is morally
imperative that that the country pursue recovery programs and strategies that will not plunge the poor into ever more catastrophic circumstances from ...
Personality May Not Predict Parkinson's
...ly for quite some time, he said. The assumption was that Parkinson's patients often "would be less willing to take risks or chances, a little bit more morally
rigid," Rocca said. "They were into following the rules, very straight, introverted, punctual, conventional."
In their study, Rocca and his colleag...
USCCB Submits Comments to NIH on Proposed Guidelines for Stem Cell Research
...hem for stem cells is "justifiable only if no less morally
problematic alternatives are available for advanci...ics Commission's test, "by failing to require that morally
unproblematic avenues for exploring important medi...etheless insist on a course of action that is both morally
objectionable and, increasingly, scientifically ob...
Global Health Advocates Call for Pan-African Voices to Speak Up
...rican Man Living with HIV/AIDS Presented to the White House
"It is not morally
right for the President to cut down on the U.S. global health contribution,...ix Mwanza of Treatment Advocacy and Literacy Campaign (Zambia). "It is not morally
right for the President to cut down on the U.S. global health contribution,...
Kids Group Scores Obama, Congress in 100 Days Report Card
...art, Head Start and child care.
"To cite just one example, President Obama's commitment to quadruple funding for Early Head Start is fiscally and morally
commendable," said Bentley. "Studies show that government programs for children get the most bang for their buck when we reach them early, yet Early H...
Gunther Von Hagens' BODY WORLDS and KORPERWELTEN - Not Affiliated With Paris Copycat Display
...freedom, and free will. Thus from the beginning of my career, when I established the only body donation program for Plastination in the world, I felt morally
obligated to the doctrine of legal consent for those on public display. It is imperative that the media and public of Paris and France know that I am...
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Morally in Biological News
'Freaks' help scientist unravel nature and nurture
...sed on illustrated birth announcements, or through folk songs. People paid the families money to get a peek at the infants.
Such behavior would be morally
repugnant today, but there's a lingering fascination with "freaks." Most of us can't imagine how the Hensel twins thrive the way they do. We think we ...
Human embryonic stem cells developed from 4-cell embryo; world first may lessen ethical concerns
... following two questions:
"I believe that it is morally
wrong to use embryonic stem cells for research"
"I believe that it is morally
wrong to use embryonic stem cells for medical trea...lar, although fewer people (3.1%) felt that it was morally
wrong to use ESCs in medical treatment than in res...
Should embryos with a hereditary disorder be transferred if no unaffected embryos are available?
...it acceptable to use PGD just for trying to have a better result than one is eventually prepared to accept? This fits in with a wider debate about the morally
charged nature of PGD and the proportionality of its uses: is it acceptable to use PGD for avoiding treatable disease, such as MCAD, in the first plac...
BBVA Foundation international study on attitudes to stem cell research
...s. The idea that allowing research with embryos that are a few days old in order to obtain stem cells for use in medicine will open the door to other morally
reprehensible uses meets with considerable approval even in the countries favorably disposed to this application. The consensus round this view is esp...
Logging road threatens rare peat dome, tigers
...ninsula is one of the worlds largest contiguous tropical peat swamp forests, with more carbon per hectare than any other ecosystem on Earth.
It is morally
reprehensible for one of the worlds largest paper companies to so brazenly ignore Indonesian laws and destroy the natural resources that belong to the...
Biotechnology needs 21st century patent system: Expert
...But he argues that such legal tools are not nuanced enough for biotechnical innovation, where inventions can be at once more intellectually subtle and morally
When it comes to biotechnology, our antiquated patent systems can have detrimental consequences either hampering the freedom of researc...
...armful effects. Learning about moral disengagement shines the light not only on the malpractices of others but on ourselves, argues Bandura, after all morally
disengaged or not the conscience will still prick.
Bandura, in his paper, hopes to bring some clarity to the environmental dilemmas we face. He hig...
Cloned stem cells prove identical to fertilized stem cells
...thood are often plagued by bizarre health complications. This is one reason why scientists generally believe that attempting to clone a human being is morally
But are the cloned embryo's stem cells beleaguered by the same defects?
Studies have demonstrated that a small number of stem ce...
Morally in Biological Technology
For nano, religion in US dictates a wary view
... contrast in the perception that nanotechnology is morally
acceptable. Those views, according to the report, ...r even inspire synthetic life is perceived as less morally
acceptable. In more secular European societies, su...ors of whether or not people see nanotechnology as morally
acceptable," says Dietram Scheufele, a University ...
Religion colors Americans' views of nanotechnology
... MADISON -- Is nanotechnology morally
For a significant percentage of Ame...centage of people who agree that nanotechnology is morally
acceptable in the U.S. than in Europe," says Scheu...cent of respondents agreed that nanotechnology was morally
In European surveys that posed ident...
Nanotech's health, environmental impacts worry scientists and the public
... the rewards versus the risks of nanotech.
Not surprisingly, scientists are more likely than the public to find nanotechnology research useful and morally
acceptable, Corley said. Yet, scientists and the public have similar perceptions (around 17 percent) of the overall risks of nanotechnology and the ne...
How 40-plus tech job seekers can prevent age discrimination
...y modern glasses for less than almost anywhere. Note that I am not in any way justifying any form of age discrimination (which is not only illegal but morally
hideous and bad for business). I'm just trying to help you navigate the tricky, real-life waters in which you may well find yourself swimming.
Madison bishop with stem-cell views elected to national ethics group
...er, which discusses issues such as stem-cell research.
Morlino told The Capital Times in Madison that the destruction of a human embryo is always morally
wrong, and that research on embryonic stem cells should stop.
Embryonic stem-cell research involves taking the cells initially from embryos, after...
Cloning ban too broad, stem-cell researchers argue
...e future growing tissue specific to their bodies.
Charo believes this is morally
indistinguishable from conventional stem-cell research. Current research is...ason we need not consider the creation and destruction of the blastocyst as morally
equivalent to the creation of a live-born child, whom we respect in and of ...
The Attack of the Clones: No, its not a summer movie
...emoving their stem cells is not tantamount to abortion.
Opponents disagree. They say destroying a cloned embryo to obtain its cells for research is morally
wrong. It may be just a microscopic blob of undifferentiated stem cells, opponents argue, but its still human life.
Which side is right? Last week,...
Praise for the principles of Peter
...s to reap massive earnings while firing thousands of their workers. This is morally
and socially unforgivable wrote Drucker and we will pay a heavy price for i...anages its resources, but also how public and private organizations operate morally
and ethically within society. He respected the values of education, persona...
A brief timeline of the stem cell debate
... Scientists say cloning offers a unique way to produce cells that may someday be used to treat diseases. But critics argue that any form of cloning is morally
repugnant and should be banned. (MORE: 'Scientists Succeed in Cloning Human Embryo' )
June 25, 2004: New Jersey legislators pass a state budget ...
Green unveils $25 million stem cell plan
...m cell research argue that since surplus embryos produced at in-vitro fertilization clinics otherwise would be disgarded and therefore destroyed, it's morally
sound to use them for potentially life-saving research.
Morally in Biological Definition
... hunter-gatherer cultures, the human being is often regarded as on a roughly equal footing with animals, plants, and natural forces. Therefore, it is morally
imperative to treat these agents with respect. In this worldview, humans are considered a denizen, or part, of nature, rather than superior to or sepa...