RespirAct
TORONTO, ON - JULY 29: Toronto Star reporter Joe Hall's brain scan images taken during his visit to the Toronto Western Hospital's MRI room on July 29, 2015. A machine called RespirAct allows the control and monitoring of carbon dioxide levels during a patient's MRI scan. Brian B. Bettencourt / Toronto Star Brian B. Bettencourt/Toronto Star (Brian B. Bettencourt/Toronto Star via Getty Images) Brian B. Bettencourt—Toronto Star via Getty Images

Brains Scans Will Be the Polygraph of the Future

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1. A brain scan will be the polygraph of the future.

By Penn Medicine

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3. Hollywood movies dominate the box office in China. Not for long.

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4. Personalized medicine is unearthing new cures and treatments. Could it work for psychiatry?

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5. Is fake news protected speech? Maybe not.

By Noah Feldman in Bloomberg View

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