Health information is one of the most ubiquitous, most valuable, and frequently misunderstood facets of modern life.
As a result, it’s often impossible to accurately assess the true health of an individual.
Health information that is inaccurate or incomplete can actually cause significant harm.
To help researchers better understand how to best use health information, The Verge has assembled a wealth of research into the best ways to use it, how to analyze it, and what to expect.
We’ve taken the time to dive into what’s been happening in health care and technology, and how it’s changed over time.