Saturday Stories: Assisted Death, Insulin Pumps, And Supplements

Kathleen Venema, in The Globe and Mail, on her mother and why we need to change the rules surrounding assisted death for those with dementia.

Sarah Zhang, in The Atlantic, on why there’s an underground market for old insulin pumps.

Markham Heid, in Medium, on how the evidence against the regular use of supplements is stronger than ever (happy to find this story for reader Pug Piper).

[And if you don’t follow me on Twitter or Facebook, here’s my first column for Medscape on what scales do and don’t measure and why that matters]

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