Will people still take pictures in places far, far away, when they can have them close to home? I do not have a definitive answer as to how and whether all this new technology will be used within a given culture, but one thing is certain: it should be used and appreciated and, if it is used by a majority of adults, it should remain as it is today.
The photo below was taken by Michael Moore, who has a passion for photography and is dedicated to documenting it as the medium it’s supposed to be. I love this photo as much as the next person, and I hope that this photograph inspires an interest and excitement among the general public regarding its importance for many reasons.
On June 18, 2015, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) issued a statement opposing the circumcision of male newborn boys, the practice of which is generally considered to be the first medical procedure a baby is subjected to following the separation of the parents. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) concluded that:
Circumcision is not linked to reduced risk of urinary tract infection, penile cancer, human papillomavirus (HPV), or contracting sexually transmitted infections (STIs). The evidence shows that the benefits of newborn circumcision outweigh the risks.
This statement was prompted by last year’s circumcision of a six-year-old boy in Kenya. (As one of the countries that participated in the 2011 Maternal and Infant Health Survey, Kenya is known for the prevalence of circumcision.)
When the newborn boy contracted hepatitis B in his village, the father requested his son’s circumcision. The father took the boy to a midwife, who administered an anti-viral, but the baby suffered a fatal hepatitis B infection within a week after the circumcision.
This is what the AAP said:
Despite years of research highlighting the potential health benefits of infant circumcision, a substantial body of evidence suggests that circumcision is not associated with any reduction in the risk of Sudden Infections Syndrome (SIS) in male newborns. This small, yet compelling, scientific trial is evidence of the harm done by routine neonatal circumcision and should serve as a wake-up call to mothers, clinicians, and policy makers.
A few days later (June 21, 2015), the AAP released a statement that it was now endorsing circumcision for males. The new statement stated that (emphasis added):
There is insufficient evidence that routine neonatal circumcision reduces the risk of urinary tract infection in infants.
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