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What The NFL Crown-Of-Helmet Rule Means For The Future Of Contact Sports

What The NFL Crown-Of-Helmet Rule Means For The Future Of Contact Sports

Lee Igel March 23, 2013 0

by Arthur L. Caplan & Lee H. Igel Forbes.com | March 21, 2013 Look at what happened yesterday when the NFL owners came together to discuss head injuries during their annual meeting. Led by

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Was The Tel Aviv Marathon Really Too Hot To Handle?

Was The Tel Aviv Marathon Really Too Hot To Handle?

Lee Igel March 19, 2013 0

Lee Igel & Arthur Caplan | Forbes.com March 18, 2013 The Tel Aviv Gillette Marathon scheduled for last week was supposed to be the centerpiece of a day full of festivities. But when a

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Film Festival with Bioethical Implications

Film Festival with Bioethical Implications

Sports and Society Administrator March 9, 2013 0

By BARRON H. LERNER, M.D. New York Times| March 7, 2013 “A film festival dedicated to stories about people with disabilities kicks off this week in New York City. The event, called “ReelAbilities,” is

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The Pro sports probe on sexual orientation

The Pro sports probe on sexual orientation

Sports and Society Administrator March 2, 2013 0

Arthur Caplan, Arthur R. Miller and Lee H. Igel NBCNews.com | March 1, 2013 Image via Daily News NYUSSP Chair Arthur Miller and Directors Arthur Caplan and Lee Igel examine probes of sexual orientation

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NYU Langone Medical Center launches new bioethics website

NYU Langone Medical Center launches new bioethics website

Sports and Society Administrator February 27, 2013 0

The NYU Langone Medical Center has launched a new website geared towards high school students. This site is a great portal on the role of ethics and medicine in sports. We invite all to

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Current NFL Safeguards Won’t Help Jason Witten’s Spleen

Current NFL Safeguards Won’t Help Jason Witten’s Spleen

The Program in Sports and Society at NYU September 3, 2012 0

BY ARTHUR CAPLAN, ARTHUR MILLER, & LEE IGEL In the first game of the NFL season last Wednesday night, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten had two catches for 10 yards in his team’s

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Did Molestation Continue Because Sports Are Too Important?

Did Molestation Continue Because Sports Are Too Important?

The Program in Sports and Society at NYU August 26, 2012 0

BY ARTHUR CAPLAN Hi. I am Art Caplan and I am at the New York University (NYU) Langone Medical Center. I head the Division of Medical Ethics here. I am going to talk to you

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NYU Invites a Prominent American Bioethicist to Consider Health Issues Around the World

NYU Invites a Prominent American Bioethicist to Consider Health Issues Around the World

The Program in Sports and Society at NYU August 19, 2012 0

Not all humanities scholars who take an interest in science and medicine grasp the different intellectual worlds those fields occupy. You’ve got a problem, says Arthur L. Caplan, if doctors, nurses, and research scientists

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