Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Christopher Kendalls
To consider euthanasia as being unethical you have to look at it from a spiritual perspective. Those who would answer that euthanasia is ethical, may also find other ways in which death is considered a viable alternative to bring about relief, closure, and consolation for...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Perry Hotter
Few that work in the health professions-at least few I've talked with-would deny a persons right to end their suffering in the most humanely possible fashion. For health professionals, more than anyone else on the planet, see day to day the toll another's extended suffering...
Ethical Euthanasia
By: Santi Meintjes
Before attempting to answer the question, it should be clarified exactly what "ethical" means.Merriam-Webster defines ethical as: involving or expressing moral approval or disapproval; conforming to accepted standards of conduct. Other definitions include references to right and wrong; moral choice; philosophy; and professional behaviour...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Sebastian Talon
Is euthanasia ethical or unethical? A valid question, I would imagine, and one that many doctors have probably been asking themselves for years. And probably will be for years to come.But, even today, the times, they are a changing. Doctors today have begun the...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Maureen Totterer
Euthanasia is unethical and a step away from the beginning of the end for our nation. Once upon a time things were different. Human life was sacred. People would gasp at abortion. Now people gasp at other things. Human babies don't need our protection. The...
By: HB Koeller
The question is misleading because there are many kinds of embryos - fish embryos, chicken embryos, mouse embryos and so on. Embryo is a generic term to describe an early phase in development when a single fertilized cell divides rapidly to form a sheet of...
Is Euthanasia Ethical or Unethical
By: Perry McCarney
The middle-aged man lies in the hospital bed. He has two choices, drug-induced stupor or physical agony. When his mind is sufficiently coherent he also has despair, not for himself but for his family. He made the mistake of not reading the small print of...
By: Lara Anne
Donating blood takes up just a little bit of your time, and a small amount of blood that is soon replenished by your body. The benefits of this service to the patient's who need your blood make the whole process very worthwhile even if you...
By: Paul Lines
Blood is vital to our life. Replacing blood lost as a result of an accident, or during a life saving operation, can make the difference between life and death to someone. This option is only available to medical staff if we donate our blood to...
By: Janet Farricelli CPDT-KA
As you are reading this article somebody in this country will be needing a blood transfusion. According to the American Red Cross, every two seconds a blood donation is needed due to accidents, burns, heart surgery, organ transplants, women with child birth complications, newborns and...

 

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