Amazing. One can’t help but wonder how many Tiger Moms and Dads it took to make this happen.
Archives for March 2011
KETTERING, OH—A comprehensive digital cataloging system that keeps track of its customers’ car maintenance history, oil-change needs, and past fuel-filter replacements puts Karl’s Lube & Go’s computerized record- keeping an estimated six years ahead of
I think it is time to jettison the last vestiges of genetic exceptionalism and realize that the field of medicine, as a whole, is fraught with sensitive findings, unpleasant surprises, and privacy concerns discovered in
I can’t even remember life in the pre-Vorhaus days. It must have been like life without indoor plumbing. Because, as usual, Dan the Man has done the heavy lifting, and because he has disabused me
Last July, before I moved to the spacious new digs here at PLoS, I wrote a rather lengthy and mournful post about the ugliness that was the Congressional hearings on direct-to-consumer genomics: We saw a