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An estimated 40 million people in the United States have smartwatches or fitness trackers that can monitor their heartbeats. But some people of color may be at risk of getting inaccurate readings.
#Bioethics News: This week in @NBCNews an Ohio family using a home DNA test found their 25-year-old daughter conceived via IVF is not related to her father, causing them to file a lawsuit against a hospital and two fertility practices. #EthicalDilemma https://t.co/MJCU4x58Tx
#Bioethics News: The dilemma over what to do with embryos cast aside, and who should assume ownership of them, is a thorny one. Now, our nation's fertility clinics are struggling with a growing number of abandoned embryos... https://t.co/ZjbYfoR8CO
#Bioethics News: Few want to think about their own deaths. And forms rarely capture the complexity of real-life medical decision-making. But there are ways to tackle these and other roadblocks... And it starts with an #AdvancedDirective https://t.co/H1jNqEeQAr
#Bioethics News: Despite what many conspiracy theorists may say, #LymeDisease is not an escaped military bioweapon — and despite its ability to be weaponized, experts claim it would make a poor choice. See more at @washingtonpost https://t.co/wgpNTaIui1