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A moral world is an economic imperative. Wars are sometimes necessary (for example, WWII), but the fact remains that wars are ruinous to the economy.
Science is central to our national well-being; with the emergence of the threats of global climate change, as well as the "old" threats of environmental degradation and inadequate healthcare, it assumed existential importance to the whole human race.
In the interest of telling the unvarnished truth, here are a couple of examples of the effect of globalization and global warming on health.
Dr. Dov Michaeli shares his thoughts on an Op-Ed article in the New York Times titled, "This is Your Brain on Politics."
Saying one thing and then doing another is a result of your weakness. But doing one thing and then saying another, this is no weakness but willful hypocrisy.
Did you know that an inordinate number of technology and biotechnology companies were founded and are run by foreign-born scientists who came to the U.S. as students?
Dov Michaeli explores the biology of political persuasion. Here is what science tells us about whether Republicans and Democrats are made or born.
First of all, it mandates that everyone must have health insurance. That is the approach most likely to get us to universal coverage.
When it comes to lifestyle decisions, do we really have free choice? And, since your choice may be bad for me, then whose choice trumps whose?