The week of November 1, 2015
Science fiction says the medical tricorder—portable, able to diagnose any illness, usable by anyone—is invented around 2266. Inventor Jonathan O’Halloran doesn’t want to wait that long.
Web-based surveys have brought obscure diseases to the forefront and broadened our understanding of cognition.
Thousands of apps promise to help you stop smoking, cure your insomnia, and quell your ADHD. Should they be regulated?
In the not-too-distant future, doctors may give a very different type of prescription.
Facing Stage IV colon cancer and 50/50 survival odds, Jesse Case did something surprising: He started a podcast.
My month-long sexperiment with pregnancy apps.
Instead of focusing on when we’re going to die, we should focus on when we’re going to live.