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Does the Future Hold a Digital Revolution?

Hi everyone. Due to several recent talks that required preparation, and the trips that came with them, I’ve been away from the blog for the past several weeks. I’m glad to be back. I recently entered the realm of having four teenagers,…

“Stage Lights” Are Falling: Contraception Questioned

Catholic theologian Christopher West has used the movie The Truman Show as an excellent metaphor for how our common, everyday assumptions are, at times, seriously flawed. For those of you who have not seen the movie, Truman Burbank (played by…
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The Rise of Egg-Freezing Parties

  A New York-based friend who is studying for her Ph.D. recently shared with me a LinkedIn notice she received. Upon logging into her profile, she saw that she had been invited to an “egg-freezing party.” As you might guess, the…
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Where the “Economy of Sex” Might Lead

Recently, I came across an interesting video, The Economics of Sex, produced by the Austin Institute for Marriage and Culture. The video was released in 2014, and it received a good amount of attention from both conservative and liberal media…
Fertility

Will Fertility Technology Increase Respect for Nature?

A clever opening line of an article recently caught my attention. It said, “The fertility app space has never been, well, more fertile.” While this sounds a bit cryptic, the article featured on FitPregnancy.com was a review of several new…
Opioid Epidemic
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An Epidemic of Despair

In the past six months, several research studies have been published indicating that the opioid epidemic that has been devastating communities across the country has had a significant impact on mortality rates among non-Hispanic whites between…