- Clayton Christensen’s latest book (about universities) is not good, judging by this review. Christensen has had a stroke, which might explain it. This is surprising because The Innovator’s Dilemma by him is very good — the best book I can think of with an incomprehensible title.
- How easy it is for doctors to defraud Medicare.
- Why major medical journals won’t say how many reprints they sell
- Pros and cons of getting your genome sequenced. Pro: The sequence suggested he was at high risk for diabetes, he started checking his blood sugar, and he got diabetes. Con: Cost of his life insurance went way up. Note: It costs llittle to test your blood sugar daily, as I do (I am not at high risk of diabetes, as far as I know).
Thanks to Bryan Castañeda.