With plenty of potential healthcare concerns and complications arising out of medical diagnoses and treatments themselves, errors in medical records present an unfortunate additional opportunity for improper treatment

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105 thinkers, including our Travis Rieder, were asked two questions. What worries you most about the future? What gives you the most hope about the future?

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As talks of climate change and overpopulation loom, it’s a question popping up more and more frequently. So, Fatherly asked four experts in various fields, including our Travis Rieder, to weigh in.

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When a Michigan woman was told to raise $10,000 for a heart transplant, outrage spread on social media. But experts say “wallet biopsies” are common

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This Apple Watch includes new features designed to detect falls and heart problems. With descriptions like “part guardian, part guru” and “designed to improve your health … and powerful enough to protect it,” the tech giant signaled its move toward preventive health and a much wider demographic

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The email landed out of the blue. As Dr. Kiran Musunuru was scrolling through his inbox about a year ago, he found a message from a scientist identifying himself as a graduate student at Southern University of Science and Technology in China

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Psychiatric advance directives allow patients with serious mental illness to specify the treatment they want if they become too sick to say so

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“Diets are one of the top risk factors of morbidity and mortality in the world – more than air pollution, more than smoking,” said Jessica Fanzo, a professor at Johns Hopkins University and a lead author

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