Book Review: The Age of Scientific Wellness
Lee Hood's company Arivale showed us how to do preventive, personalized health care. His book explores the science—and the missed opportunity.
Human Organs Age at Different Rates
Organ-specific biological clocks are the latest tool for predicting and treating both chronic disease and overall aging.
2023 Predictions—the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
What to expect in genetic engineering, neuroscience, psychedelics, longevity research, digital health, food, human performance, wellbeing, and of course, ChatGPT.
AI Versus Antibiotic Resistance
AI can help overcome both scientific and financial hurdles to tackle this serious threat to global health.
Perspective: The Human Immunome Project is the Next Big Leap
An insider’s view of the effort to decode and model the entire immune system.
New Microchip Based on Biomolecules is No Alien Technology
Roswell Biotechnologies wants you to believe its new chip will revolutionize the detection of viruses, DNA, and more. But it still has to prove itself.
The 7-Hour Critical-Care Genome
Going from blood sample to diagnosis in the same work shift, rapid genomic sequencing proves its worth in clinical settings.
Precision Medicine for Mental Illness
Alto Neuroscience wants to use EEG brain biomarkers to better match the right treatment to a person’s needs.
The Road to Pleasure is Paved with Precision Medicine
An experimental drug that addresses anhedonia could increase the brain’s capacity to experience pleasure and herald a new era of precision medicine in psychiatry.