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The NYT’s Coverage of Buzzy Wellness Concepts Like “Detox” Is a Case Study in Pseudoscience Creep
Prescribing Mindfulness Allows Doctors to Ignore Legitimate Female Pain
Are Diets Just Placebos? The Evidence Is Strange, Funny, and Supports the Theory.
How to Assess Internet Cures Without Falling for Dangerous Pseudoscience
The FDA Really Wants Parents to Stop Using These Toxic Homeopathic Teething Tablets
Trump Sold America a Miracle Cure, but He Won’t Be Blamed When It Fails
Homeopathic Remedies Must Be Labeled Unscientific. This Could Make Them More Attractive.
Passing a Kidney Stone Can Be a Real Roller Coaster Ride
The World Health Organization Promotes “Traditional Medicine” Without Knowing It Works
Why Does Michael Phelps Have Hickeys All Over His Body? The B.S. Science Behind “Cupping.”
Homeopathy Won’t Cure What Ails You, But It Can Get You Drunk
Sadly, Eating Local Honey Will Not Cure Your Allergies
Prince Charles, Our Esteemed Guest This Week, Is a Hopeless Crackpot
You Don’t Actually Want to Boost Your Immune System
New York Is About to Change Its Medical Misconduct Law to Protect Quacks
The Littlest Victims of Anti-Science Rhetoric
Doctors Are Prescribing Time Outdoors. Nature Is Good for You.
Naturopaths Are Fighting “Discrimination” Against Medical Nonsense