IVF parents discover that they are TWINS!!!!!!
Articles reporting that old headlines are not true tend not to end up on the front page
Bad communication of research can have deadly consequences.
Arthur Caplan’s brisk summary of the history of bioethics in the latest issue of the Journal of Medical Ethics is decidedly upbeat.
New Scientist magazine does an ethical back flip.
The Indian dentist’s death was misrepresented.
How should bioethicists engage with media? Gingerly, says Dr Syd Johnson, of Michigan Technological University, in an essay on the Impact Ethics blog.
The Leveson Inquiry into Britain's media made recommendations about science reporting.
Pressure from the British media has forced an investigation into the controversial Liverpool Care Pathway
This will surprise no one, but we all need reminders. Newspaper coverage of biomedical research leans heavily toward reports of initial findings, which are frequently attenuated or refuted by later studies, according to a report in the open access journal PLOS ONE.
Alleging that 130,000 elderly patients are being euthanased each year by Britain's National Health Service takes a bold man. Repeating it uncritically takes a foolish one.
Ray Gosling given a 90-day suspended sentence
Newsweek special investigation