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Frontal Lobotomies: a Darwinian Mental Health Holocaust

The belief that human brains needed surgery to cut off animal behaviors grew out of Darwinism. It's been called a mental health holocaust.

Missouri Doctors Oppose Medical Marijuana

Doctors in Missouri face tough times in a state where voters approved medical marijuana. They don't want to prescribe it.

The Moon Kills Visitors

China's experiment to grow plants on the moon failed in one day.

Scientists Must Avoid the Slippery Slope of Designer Babies

Dr Jerry Bergman, author of books on the Holocaust, is not the only scientist seeing danger by tweaking the human genome.

Push Your Body

The human body is so amazing, it deserves the exploration of its capabilities. That is best done outdoors in creation.

Give Gratitude for Christmas

Your holiday gift giving should include gratitude above all. It helps both giver and receiver. And it is right.

How to Scientifically Justify Horror

A leading American science journal whimpers over loss of access to body parts of murdered humans.

Biological Fact: Men and Women Are Different

Today's trend of gender confusion flies in the face of science. Who is "anti-science" in this hotbed political issue?

Will Mars InSight Bring Clear Vision?

Now that NASA's latest Mars lander has successfully deployed, what findings are worth watching?

Be Thankful for Skin

Human skin is the largest organ of the body, and is loaded with protections, sensors and other functions.

Be Thankful for Nature

The health benefits of nature should encourage us to step outside and take it in.

Anthropologists and Psychologists Under Fire for Flawed Methods

Poor sampling and other errors may undermine many things scientists think they know about mankind.

Famous Geneticist Tells NIH that Humans Are Going Extinct

The facts of genetics make it clear even to evolutionists: “We are dying” and “More death by selection will not work."

Health Advice Keeps Changing

Many things the experts told us were good for us or bad for us have "evolved" – sometimes into opposite counsel.

Stem Cells Back in the News with New Hopes and Discoveries

Stem cells were all the rage ten years ago, but news stories these days are less common. What's new?
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