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Pulse oximeters give biased results for people with darker skin. The consequences could be serious.
Angus Deaton replies to Agnes Binagwaho.
Rwanda’s minister of health responds to our recent forum, "The Logic of Effective Altruism."
The Department of Defense's Cyber Strategy Memorandum
Lisa Lucile Owens
Why do our ideas about nutrition change so quickly?
Alexander Graham Bell and Telecom's Founding Myth
Consumer prices are not the only concern raised by dominant companies.
K. Sabeel Rahman
Individuality can emerge even when genes and environment are constant.
What is being called a drought is likely the new norm.
More birds appear. Bending against the cold, I watch, name, and name again.
Scientists have discarded the moral authority that previously accrued to their vocation.
The Church has always had a vexed, somewhat aggrieved relation to dogs and their status as things to be blessed or sanctified.
Getting government grants for research is harder than ever. Our system is breaking down.
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