Should we intervene in the genetic makeup of our children? Should genetic screening be used to produce genetically healthy or even 'designer' babies?


Tamiflu is a costly treatment that does little good, it only reduces
the time with which those infected by swine flu have symptoms by about
a day. We are now being warned not to give tamiflu to children under
12 when they are the age group most at risk of infection by swine flu.


Genetic engineering in humans may be able to save millions of lives by finally treating hereditary diseases such as cancer and cystic fibrosis. However genetic engineering will be abused by many perfectionists who want to design their babies right down to the colour of their eyes. I personally think


According to this link :http://gomestic.com/personal-organization/10-reasons-procrastination-is-good-for-you/
procrastination is good for you assuming it is structured organised and balled into a limited and set time-period.
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Local councils and businesses have become so risk averse in recent years that they refuse to let their employees or the public do the most basic of tasks. In Dudley, England, local people were warned off cutting the grass verge outside their homes because they did not have the correct insurance.