World Down Syndrome Day

   March 21 is the day when we celebrate the World Down Syndrome Day, date marked by the United Nations, to increase social awareness and to exclude prejudice towards persons afflicted with this disability. A total of twelve countries -Portugal, Croatia, UK, Italy, Germany, Poland, Latvia, France, Russia, the U.S., New Zealand and Spain, have launched … Sigue leyendo World Down Syndrome Day

Embryonic cells can cause cáncer

Harvard researchers: embryonic cells can cause cáncer    The researchs carried out by the british Sir John B. Gurdon and the japanese Shinya Yamanaka, both awarded with the Nobel Prize in Medicine 2012, gave birth to cellular reprogramming. The conquest achieved, revealed that the efforts put in the investigations with embryonic cells for clinic purposes are … Sigue leyendo Embryonic cells can cause cáncer

Childhood obesity prevention

    We started this series of bilingual articles in our previous issue, to provide communities, Hispanic and non-Hispanic, the best way to understand and to be part of the solution, as presented by Massachusetts Public Health Association with offices in the Merrimack Valley area, of this epidemic known as The Obesity in America.     I … Sigue leyendo Childhood obesity prevention

Authority as a service

   The exercise of authority has always been an unfinished debate both in the sphere of society and those of family and school contexts.    We can differentiate a number of successive phases in exercising authority: thinking, informing, deciding, communicating clearly the norms of behavior and enforcing them. When parents order something must think why they do … Sigue leyendo Authority as a service

The Dangerous Embryonic Stem Cells

  The headline might be: "now the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine wants to give priority to adult stem cell research." However, this news has not been published. In 2004 another headline like the following was published: "Known Hollywood stars, including Christopher Reeves, support the adoption by referendum to spend 3,000 million dollars of public … Sigue leyendo The Dangerous Embryonic Stem Cells

Hurray for Gurdon and Yamanaka, Nobel Prize Winners for Pro-life Medicine

   The research studies carried out by John B. Gurdon (Anglo-Saxon) and Shinya Yamanaka (Japanese) were awarded the Nobel Prize in Medicine. These two scientists are considered of being the fathers of cellular reprogramming. They have achieved to create cells that behave identically to embryonic cells, however, without having to destroy human embryos. The Swiss Academy … Sigue leyendo Hurray for Gurdon and Yamanaka, Nobel Prize Winners for Pro-life Medicine

Pfizer , laboratories against life

 The multinational Wyeth was acquired by Pfizer Laboratories. This merger increases the market for the business of death. They manufacture and sell condoms and abortion pills. Users react acquiring alternative drugs with the same active ingredient . Pfizer hides the truth about the drug under the title of “emergency contraception”.It is the union of two … Sigue leyendo Pfizer , laboratories against life

The origin of gender ideology

Throughout the history of philosophy, there has been lapidary phrases that have been made famous by the degree of acceptance they have obtained, especially by many highly educated and intelligent people who we call intellectual because they have developed to the maximum level their intelectual capacity. One of those phrases, for example, by the French … Sigue leyendo The origin of gender ideology

The Dangerpus Embryonic Stem Cells

   The headline might be: "now the California Institute for Regenerative Medicine wants to give priority to adult stem cell research." However, this news has not been published. In 2004 another headline like the following was published: "Known Hollywood stars, including Christopher Reeves, support the adoption by referendum to spend 3,000 million dollars of public funds … Sigue leyendo The Dangerpus Embryonic Stem Cells

AIDS in the United States

56,300 people annually contract the AIDS virus in the United States. This figure increases by 40% the number of new cases predicted by health forces, according the report of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. The American institution emphasizes that the infectious disease occurs among young people that promote same sex sexual relations as well … Sigue leyendo AIDS in the United States