Monthly Archives: August 2015

Flibanserin and Feminism

Adriane Fugh-Berman and Alessandra Hirsch consider the sexist roots and implications of flibanserin.

What Health Canada’s Approval of the Abortion Pill Means for Women

Beth Palmer discusses the potential for improved access to abortion with Mifepristone

Forced Medication: The Ethics of Tap Water Fluoridation

Elena Rowan calls for a change to North America’s water fluoridation practices

Just Another Dead Body? Why Hate Crimes Deserve Special Recognition

Gonzalo Zurita Balderas argues that hate crimes need to be recognized in Mexico.

Regulating Marijuana Medicine in Canada: New Challenges and Prospects for Meaningful Reform

Andrew Hathaway discusses the challenges surrounding the regulation of medical marijuana.