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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2014-04-02

In this issue:  A diet that works for men, electronic health
records causing some doctors to become less efficient, and a
social media wedding concierge.

AskMen says Dr. Krista Varady has been overseeing clinical
trials to study intermittent fasting's effectiveness for
several years, and what she's found may surprise you: This
diet works best for men.

  Real-Time Predictive Coding

Electronic health records are sweeping through the medical
field, but some doctors report a disturbing side effect. 
Instead of becoming more efficient, some practices are
becoming less so.  Research described in HBS Working
Knowledge explains why.

Sports Central says the opening four days of the 2014 NCAA
were about as good as it gets in the world of sports.

W Hotels defends its $3,000 social media wedding concierge
to Fast Company.  The typical American wedding has
transformed over the last 100 years from a small, private
event hosted at home into an all-night production that in
2012, on average, exceeded the median income.