Many people must endure chronic pain and PAIN-KC is hoping to help bring more awareness to it.
Having a loved one in ill condition can be stressful. Rev. Shanna recommends taking the time to have a conversation about their wishes in case of unfortunate circumstances.
The Center for Practical Bioethics hosted their annual dinner where they heard from speaker Will Schwalbe and his book discussing his mother
Dr. Webster discusses the circumstances of Prince’s death and shares some of his knowledge on addiction as an addiction specialist.
For a long time, there has been a difference in how people of socio-economic statuses and races have been treated and the Center for Practical Bioethics considers the ethical dilemmas.
A program associate for the Center for Practical Bioethics takes time to look into the differing expectations between males and females when it comes to pregnancy and children’s well-being.
There are certain states that allow patients to have “death with dignity” but is it ethical?
Taking the time to plan ahead for end-of-life care may not be wanted but the Center of Practical Bioethics shares its importance.
The Center for Practical Bioethics looks into a medical case with an ethical dilemma.
There is a program launching to assist African-Americans with advance care planning.