The Decade Witchy Things Went Mainstream
How Scientific American Ended Up at the Center of a Massive Twitter War
Goop’s New Podcast for Men Is an Extraordinarily Goopy Response to the Culture of “Toxic Masculinity”
What Does CBD Do? Mostly, It’s Just Expensive.
Stem Cell Therapy Is Being Marketed to Autistic Kids. It Shouldn’t Be.
How Vitamins Went From Medical Marvel to Marketing Scam
How Chrissy Teigen Became the Anti–Gwyneth Paltrow
The Popularity of the Wellness Industry Is Misguided and Dangerous. But Health Care Professionals Bear Much of the Blame.
Can You Really Give a Velociraptor a Blood Transfusion From a T. Rex? We Asked the Experts.
The NYT’s Coverage of Buzzy Wellness Concepts Like “Detox” Is a Case Study in Pseudoscience Creep
No, the New Organ Discovery Doesn’t Explain How Acupuncture Works
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.”