Medical research

Scientists grow human-like kidneys in pigs

Chinese scientists have succeeded in growing kidneys containing human cells in pig embryos, a world first that could one day help address organ donation shortages.

Gerontology & Geriatrics

Care robots: Ethical perceptions and acceptance

Countries like Japan are experiencing declining birth rates and an aging population. The increased burden of care for this aging population may lead to a shortage of caregivers in a decade's time. Thus, the recruitment and ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Program leads to sustained improvements in nurses' moral resilience

A program developed by Cynda Hylton Rushton, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, and her team from Johns Hopkins University led to sustained improvements in nurses' ability to effectively address ethical challenges, according to research published ...

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