What you need to know about the Alzheimer’s test news
Screening for atrial fibrillation with a wearable patch: Seek and ye shall find … and then what?
Understanding medical tests: A new addition to our toolkit addressing sensitivity, specificity, and other core concepts
‘$7.9 trillion’ savings from earlier Alzheimer’s diagnosis: Is there a hidden agenda behind the numbers?
Wearable technology to screen for atrial fibrillation: Does it raise more questions than it answers?
NY Times hails discovery of new genetic heart disease risk factor, but what about researchers’ industry ties?
New blood pressure guidelines: supporters get coverage, critics don’t. Why?
Is Alzheimer’s ‘coming for you’? NY Times uses anecdote and an old blood test to warn it might be
Scanning for suicide with fMRI: the limitations of pixels and language
More evidence that women should be wary of ‘ovarian reserve testing’ events