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Amanda Parkes, Chief Technology Officer for Manufacture NY, wants to make a better - flexible, washable, fashionable - battery for wearable devices.
Bioethicist Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel, who helped architect the Affordable Care Act, argues that by age 75 you're at a higher risk of Alzheimer's disease, disability, and losing productivity and creativity.
Fitbit CEO James Park wants to focus on fitness and multi- device support, drawing inspiration from Disney's MagicBand.
Mental health journalist Gabrielle Glaser, author of Her Best-Kept Secret, argues that success in Alcoholics Anonymous is measured in faith not facts.
Dr. Brian D'Cruz, an emergency physician who's worked with Doctors Without Borders, describes balancing care and risk at Ebola clinics in West Africa.
Shannon Brownlee, Senior Vice President of the Lown Institute, says health care isn't democratic right now, but it could be with new tech and community input.
Dr. Anthony Fauci points to antibiotic resistant microbes as a looming health threat in the United States that does not receive as much attention as the threat of danger might warrant.
Sally Spencer-Thomas, psychologist and Co-Founder of the Carson J. Spencer Foundation, discusses why young white males are considered '"double jeopardy" for suicide risk, and how this relates to veterans.