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Do children have a right to their parents’ medical information?
Decades after its waters were declared safe, Minamata, Japan, still lives with the effects of its namesake disease.
A growing number of mental-health experts are taking a proactive approach to suicide prevention—and they have a bold goal.
Bringing genetics into medicine leads to more accuracy, better diagnosis, and personalized treatment—but for some, gene testing has only resulted in unanswered questions.