To assess the ocean’s health, ecology’s “rugged individualists” learned to get with the big data program. The post Ecologists Are Drowning in Sea of Data. These Tools Could Help appeared first on WIRED.
The details are far from final, but no matter which way you slice it, at this point it seems clear that if the American Health Care Act passes, millions of Americans will see good health care become far less accessible. Read more…
It’s not worth denying care to people based on health habits—even if you could prove those habits caused disease. The post Denying Health Care to Diabetics Makes Just About Zero Sense appeared first on WIRED.
Deadspin Curt Schilling Isn’t Sold On The Claim That Someone Was Racist At Fenway Park | The Slot GOP Health Care Bill Passes House as Republicans Drink Beer, Democrats Sing | The Root ‘Stealthing’ Is Just Rape by a Different Name | Fusion Vogue India… Read more…
When it comes to big, ambitious science conducted on human beings, you have to ask: Who benefits? Is it you? Other people? Or the people collecting the data? The post Google’s Scary, Important, Invasive, Deep New Health Study appeared first on WIRED.
Last week, the New York Attorney General’s office settled lawsuits forcing three app developers to stop promising health-tech miracles. The post Wellness Apps Evade the FDA, Only to Land In Court appeared first on WIRED.
You can call the Congressional Budget Office wrong, but you can’t call it biased. The post Love or Hate the CBO Health Care Report, It Ain’t Biased appeared first on WIRED.
On Sunday, we learned Donald Trump eats his steak well-done with ketchup. If you’ve ever eaten steak—in Trump’s case, an expensive, tender piece of New York strip—you probably know that well-done with ketchup is simply not the way to go. The president should give medium-rare a try, not only for the sake of his palate,… […]
FX’s new X-Men drama talks a lot about what goes on its protagonist’s head-but doesn’t go deep enough into his psyche. The post Legion’s Big, Yellow-Eyed Problem With Mental Health appeared first on WIRED.