What You Really Need to Know About Egg Freezingby Charlotte Alter, Diane Tsai, & Francesca Trianni, Time July 16th, 2015Some call egg freezing an "insurance policy" for modern women. But does it really work? Here are eight key takeaways from six months of reporting.
Don't Mistake Genetics for Fateby Andrew Gelman & Kaiser Fung, The Daily BeastJuly 11th, 2015Itís easy for the media to get misled on studies that seem to support genetic determinism. The result is that readers are exposed only to the puffery but only rarely to the skepticism.
Misunderstanding the Genome: A (Polite) Rantby Jonathan Gitlin, ArsTechnicaJuly 8th, 2015One misconception: Genetic tests don't always tell you if someone has a disease. They're typically probabilistic ó they tell you if you've got a greater chance of a problem than the average person.