BOWL US OVER
This Toilet Will Predict if You’ll Have Heart Failure
The best way to monitor patients with heart disease might be with a simple hack of their bathroom habits.
SWEEPIN’ THE CLOUDS AWAY
The Lost Tale of the Black Psychiatrists of ‘Sesame Street’
The children’s television show entranced preschoolers—and helped teach impressionable black kids.
Cake, Coffee & Misinformation: Inside an Anti-Vaxxer Meeting
Prominent anti-vaxxers like Del Bigtree, Andrew Wakefield, and Lawrence Palevsky spewed misinformation to hundreds of people in upstate New York.
SWEATING THE SMALL STUFF
Sweat From the Dead Can Help Solve Opioid Mysteries
‘People are dying everywhere. We need all the tools we can get.’
My Husband Became a Poster Child of the Post-Antibiotic Era
A superbug attacked my husband, who nearly died after seven cases of septic shock and nine months of hospitalization—and it gave me the biggest wakeup call of my life.
TALK TO ME
Artificial Intelligence Tool Can Detect PTSD in a Voice
Post-traumatic stress disorder notoriously takes a long time to diagnose. But a machine listening to patients talk could help combat that.
‘THE FIRE OF CONTAGION’
Judge Shoots Down Anti-Vaxxer Lawsuit Against NYC
The parents wanted the court to reverse an emergency order requiring vaccination during a measles outbreak.