Mayo Clinic Proceedings provides forum for debate about capital punishment
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- In a commentary and two editorials published in the September 2007 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, three anesthesiologists and a medical ethicist discussed whether doctors should participate in capital punishment
executions. Since that issue was published, discussions about p...
Doctors and Medical Ethicist Discuss Whether Doctors Should Participate in Capital Punishment
ROCHESTER, Minn., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Should doctors be
involved in the state-ordered administration of capital punishment? In the
September issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, three anesthesiologists and a
medical ethicist take an in-depth look at this question in a commentary an...
Doctors and medical ethicist discuss whether doctors should participate in capital punishment
ROCHESTER, Minn. -- Should doctors be involved in the state-ordered administration of capital punishment? In the September issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, three anesthesiologists and a medical ethicist take an in-depth look at this question in a commentary and two editorials.
None of these a...
Fishes Use Threat of Punishment in Mating Process
Australian marine scientists has found that fishes use the threat of punishment
to keep would-be jumpers in the mating queue firmly in line and the social order stable.
Their discovery, which has implications for the whole animal kingdom including humans, has been hailed by some of the world...
Steroid Scam: Sylvester Stallone Gets Away With a Light Punishment
For all the media hype, the sentencing of actor Sylvester Stallone came as an anti-climax Monday morning at the Downing Centre Local Court in Sydney.
He was fined $2,975 for bringing banned hormones into Australia. He is also to pay prosecution costs of $10,000.
A Customs search of...
Addiction scientists call for end to executions for drug offenders
...e today in the August issue of the journal Addiction , argues that capital punishment
is not an effective deterrent for drug-related offences, since it is usuall... be caught and executed.
The authors cite the UN statement that capital punishment
should be imposed only for "intentional crime with lethal or other extremel...
Newly Launched Free Choice Foundation Attempts Rescue of Japan's Private Heath Care Network
...ing in April of next year, Immigration intends to make visa renewal contingent upon one's enrollment in the system. (There is no current or proposed punishment
for Japanese citizens not enrolling in the socialized system.)
"When I caught wind of this, my acid reflux shot through the roof," said ...
First Book Focusing on How "The Secret Pain Women Won't Talk About" Affects Relationships
Dr. Echenberg added, "This disorder is far more common than the public realizes. The female pelvic region takes a great amount of punishment
including childbirth, injuries from competitive sports, surgical trauma, and the high rate of physical and sexual abuse endured by countless women in ...
Dismantling Roe v. Wade Would Affect All Pregnant Women
...g rights. The signatories include scholars who have revealed the ways that anti-abortion claims of fetal rights are being used to justify policing and punishment
of pregnant women who want to carry their pregnancies to term. Among the signers are Dorothy Roberts ( Killing the Black Body: Race, Reproduction and ...
Computer Administrator Pleads Guilty to Hacking Former Employer's Computer System
...tentional, unauthorized deletion of programs and files.
Duann is scheduled to be sentenced by Judge Hittner on July 28, 2009. She faces a maximum punishment
of 10 years in prison and/or a fine of up to $250,000.
This case was investigated by the FBI and is being jointly prosecuted by Trial Attorney Th...
Punishment in Biological News
Researchers explore altruism's unexpected ally -- selfishness
...f selfishness can be eliminated by punishment, but punishment
is itself a form of altruism. For instance, if you...akar and Wilson first began thinking about selfish punishment
on the basis of a study on humans, which indeed sh...ggs while laying a few of their own.
Is selfish punishment
really so hypocritical in moral terms" According t...
Why serotonin can cause depression and anxiety
...ove through a set of states, some of which are rewarded or punished. As agents progress through this space, they learn the value of each statehow much punishment
or reward is to be expected from this state onwards.
It turns out that adding to the agents behavioural repertoire a simple reflex, which guides t...
Gambling monkeys give insight into neural machinery of risk
...which parts of the brain are signaling something about subjective utility and which parts of the brain are signaling information about true reward and punishment
experiences," said Platt.
He emphasized that such animal studies are a highly useful complement to human studies and genetic studies using mice. Ne...
Punishment in Biological Technology
JAMA Commentary Opposes Criminal Punishment for HIV Exposure/Transmission
Authors to Discuss Issue at International AIDS Conference, August 3-8
CHICAGO, Aug. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Criminal punishment
for exposure to or
transmission of HIV does nothing to reduce the spread of the virus.
Instead, it increases stigma and drives people away from accessing care,
MichBio Responds to Governor's Plan to Repeal Tort Reform Laws
system as is. Current law and process present an appropriate balance
whereby the FDA is allowed to perform its regulatory duties, but allowing
of companies that willfully withhold information or
interfere with the drug approval process. Let's not unduly raise the risks
for the many due to fai...
Imagine the possibilites if you had very high-speed broadband
...rohibits photographing or videotaping a naked person without his or her consent in any place where there can be a "reasonable expectation of privacy." punishment
would include fines up to $100,000, or a year in prison, or both. Read more at www.nwfusion.com/news/2004/0723lawmayc.html .
Midwest technology bosses should stop flaunting their wealth at work
...each for most of us working stiffs. Everyone smiles the grimmest and most forced smile known to Midwest technology man. Gross! Thats cruel and unusual punishment
for an employee.
Because the guy who I worked with who had this problem had generally bad manners, the bragging stuff was very consistent with his ...
Western way of life is under attack from jihad sub-culture
...segment of Muslim society.
We still warn the governments of Denmark and Italy and all the crusader governments that they will receive the same punishment
if they do not withdraw their troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, read a statement from the Group of al Qaeda of Jihad Organization in Europe. We gave t...
Cracking down on identity theft
... Class E felony, which carries a maximum penalty of 15 years in prison and a $50,000 fine. Identity crimes against businesses will now carry the same punishment
as crimes committed against individuals. And I have proposed better protections for victims of identity crimes, so that a victim can clear their name...
Are there more Enrons out there?
...arch shows that groups and communities that are long lasting actively enforce rules against selfish behavior in their members. These studies show that punishment
is a key to a group's ability to profit - groups of people engaged in cooperative endeavors fail and go out of existence unless they have clear method...
Can Madison become a video game Mecca?
...the GAPPS (Games and Professional Practice Simulations) program. There have been other interested universities that would offer "more support and less punishment
from colleagues," Gee said.
"The university needs to realize these gaming methods will be applicable in the contemporary world," Gee said, "or we ...
Punishment in Biological Definition
...turates in high doses are used for physician-assisted suicide (PAS), and, in combination with a muscle relaxant , for euthanasia and for capital punishment
by lethal injection .
Text partially derived from public domain text from U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency .
... There are persuasive arguments that in some uncivilized environments criminal behavior might be adaptive  . Some authorities say that capital punishment
may be the traditional way to weed criminal traits from the gene pool.
Some types of sociobiological results could justify mass oppression of inn...