Gene-Editing in Babies Viewed as Unethical, but What About Moral?

Gene-Editing in Babies Viewed as Unethical, but What About Moral?

There has been much discussion surrounding the ethical implications of germline editing in the world of science over the years, which refers to the process used to create genetically altered children or as many are now calling, “designer babies.” This long-term controversy among those in the science community has recently seen a dramatic increase along […]

Highly Educated Women Having More Babies

Highly Educated Women Having More Babies

A postgraduate degree or having children used to be a choice women made, whether consciously or not. But that is changing now. More highly educated women are having babies these days, according to a new study. In fact, childlessness among all women in their early 40s is at its lowest point in a decade, largely […]

Surprise Helps Babies Learn Faster

Surprise Helps Babies Learn Faster

Anyone reading a flap book or activity book to a baby can attest that they light up when the animal or object is revealed behind the flap. Or, that infants show glee and curiosity as they pull up one tissue after another from a pop-up box. The element of surprise delights the babies and helps […]