Scientists Reportedly Engage in Clone-and-Kill Research

Oregon-based researchers claim to have cloned human embryos for the purpose of killing them to obtain their embryonic stem cells.

Oregon Health & Science University  scientists published a paper in the online journal Cell reporting the use of cloning techniques to produce human embryos. Twenty-one of these embryos were developed until stem cells were present, after which the human embryos were killed and the stem cells harvested.

These human embryos were tiny, unborn children killed in the name of medical research. Embryonic stem cells have yet to produce any of their promised medical breakthroughs, while adult stem cells–obtained without any loss of life–have led to major medical advancements and do not involve this type of clone-and-kill research.

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FDA Looks at New Regs for Caffeine Days After OK-ing “Plan B” for Teens

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has announced it will investigate the safety of caffeine in food products, particularly its effects on children and adolescents.

In an official statement the federal agency said it is “particularly concerned about children and adolescents and the responsibility FDA and the food industry have to protect public health.”

This announcement comes just a little over a week after the agency announced the emergency contraception pill “Plan B,” which arguably is an abortion-inducing drug, will be available over the counter to children as young as fifteen; they will not need to talk to a pharmacist, consult a doctor, or involve their parents in the transaction in any way.