Ask a Chatbot: ‘What’s for Dinner?’
The AI program ChatGPT can save time and energy spent meal planning, especially for people with dietary restrictions. But be sure to double-check its work, users say.
Pregúntale a chatbot: ¿qué hay para cenar?
Los usuarios de ChatGPT están entusiasmados con las capacidades del programa y con la idea de que podría simplificar las tareas cotidianas. Pero hay dudas.
How One Patient’s Textured Hair Nearly Kept Her From a Needed EEG
An EEG can help diagnose conditions like epilepsy, sleep disorders, and brain tumors. But a design flaw and outdated Eurocentric practices make the test less effective on thicker, denser, and curly hair types, potentially excluding or deterring some people from getting screened.
‘Explained by KHN’: Consumer Concerns About the Covid Vaccines
Our newsroom has some of the best and smartest health care and health policy reporters in the business. We’ve created a new video series — “Explained by KHN” — in which our correspondents and editors answer common health care and policy questions. In this edition we cover consumer concerns over the covid-19 vaccines.
Andre Guest was just fine one day. The next, he was fighting for his life.
In The COVID Age, Bring A Mask And Gloves To A Protest
After a police shooting in Indianapolis, activists held a protest — but, recognizing the dangers of the coronavirus in a crowd, many worked to make sure demonstrators took proper precautions.
Hablando francamente sobre salud mental en las redes sociales
Hoy, las personas comparten en Facebook y Twitter historias que de otro modo mantendrían en privado: relatos de ansiedad, depresión, abuso y adicciones. Hay controversia sobre si es bueno o no.
Coming Out About Mental Health On Social Media
Talking about your mental health on social media is a thing, and it could actually help.