August 15, 2016
Can you trust someone else's memory, or even your own? Three memory experts break down why remembering something doesn't mean it actually happened in a post for Scientific American.
More women die from pregnancy-related causes in the United States than in almost any other developed nation—and the U.S. maternal mortality rate is increasing over time, Sarah Frostenson reports for Vox.
Too much bed rest, poor nutrition, and unnecessary testing means elderly patients sometimes leave the hospital in worse shape than they were admitted, Anna Gorman reports for Kaiser Health News.
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