Category Archives: health care

Nature or Nurture? Twins Study Helps Sort Out Genes’ Role in Disease | 40% Are Genetic

MONDAY, Jan. 14, 2019 (HealthDay News) — Two of every five common diseases are at least partially influenced by a person’s genetics, the largest U.S. study of twins ever conducted finds. Nearly 40 percent of 560 different diseases have a … Continue reading

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The Self-Destruction of LGBT Activism

Sometimes, in a debate or a court of law, the best way to let your opponent lose is simply to let him (or her) continue to speak. Soon enough, they sink their own ship. It’s the same with LGBT activism. … Continue reading

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Britain’s Struggle With Loneliness 

The January 2018 decision by Prime Minister Theresa May’s government to establish a “minister for loneliness” elicited widespread commentary (and chuckles) from both British and American media. But it’s quite serious business. According to a 2017 report published by the Jo … Continue reading

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Mothers in shock as daughters come home from college with mustaches, breasts removed – The College Fix

‘She went from hating white males to now wanting to become one’ For years, college officials have told students gender is a choice. They’ve pressured all students to announce their preferred pronouns on name tags and in emails as gender … Continue reading

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The (academic) empire strikes back

Call it “The Academic Empire Strikes Back”: Portland State University is moving to fire Assistant Professor Peter Boghossian for blowing the whistle on a “scholarly publication” scam. Laughably, the school charges that he violated its ethics code by conducting “human … Continue reading

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Anti-Semitic doctor who threatened Jewish patients should lose medical license

Anti-Semitism should not be tolerated in any setting – least of all in an environment where medical personnel take a pledge to provide care and comfort to patients. But that’s exactly what’s at the center of a controversial case unfolding … Continue reading

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Women’s March event canceled because rally-goers fear event would be ‘overwhelmingly white’ | War On White Women – They Just Don’t Count Anymore

Women’s March organizers for a planned rally in Eureka, California, in January cancelled the event after concluding that the participants would be ‘overwhelmingly white.’ Source: Women’s March event canceled because rally-goers fear event would be ‘overwhelmingly white’ | Daily Mail … Continue reading

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