A year after the blockbuster movie Harry Styles was named one of the top ten most influential Americans, the former boy band singer is still searching for the next step.
He’s working with a team of experts who are taking a closer look at his medical history to see if there’s something unique to the British musician’s case.
“I want to take a deeper look at what I’ve been diagnosed with and how I’ve gone about dealing with it and see if that’s a unique thing,” he said.
While Styles is still considering whether or not to get a medical degree, the 27-year-old is currently working with the Cleveland Clinic, a leading non-profit medical center in the US.
They’re currently working on a program to help young adults with chronic conditions get treatment.
In the meantime, Styles said he’s focused on his musical career.
“I’m not going to be making money off it.
I’m going to make it as much as I can.
I want to do that as much I can,” he told Newsweek.
It’s a goal that his fans share, and that’s why Styles said they’re still “just as excited” to see him play.
We’re all still looking at this like we were in the 80s when the Beatles came out and we’re still just as excited as ever.
We’re all going to do what we can to help him make his dreams come true.
Watch Styles’ interview with Newsweek below.